Bonobos founder Andy Dunn’s LinkedIn post on Thursday, “A Love Letter to Walmart,” in which he revealed that he will remain in the employ of the world’s largest retailer only until early 2020, said volumes about how Walmart envisions its future.
Walmart Inc. in 2017 purchased for $3.3 billion Jet.com, and subsequently made a string of digital native brand acquisitions, including Bonobos. The prospects of the start-up brands such as Modcloth, Moosejaw and Eloquii in the fall were called into question by industry observers following reports that Walmart U.S. e-commerce was on track to lose $1 billion.
@chrissyteigen was one of the best dressed celebrities at the Grammys 🧡
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Grammys host @aliciakeys gave an emotional tribute to @kobebryant.
Keys followed these words with a piano performance singing, “We have to make this a celebration in his honor.. And I’m Alicia Keys to get you through it all... I’m gonna get you used to knowing music is love.”
@lizzobeeating opened the Grammys with a powerhouse performance that received a standing ovation.
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