- Target has announced the expansion of their Drive Up service to 1,250 stores which makes the service available in all 50 states. Dawn Block, Senior Vice President of Digital, stated, “It continues to be our fastest and top-rated same-day service, and we can’t wait for more guests to experience this added ease and convenience across the country.”
- Across three stores Walmart is testing an amenity for mothers, a Mamava a lactation suite, the first retailer to offer the service. Mamava has over 1,000 pods situated across airports, hospitals, sporting arenas, museums and other locations. Disclosure: Mamava is a Third Haus partner.
- Bloomberg has reported that Forever 21 is in talks with advisers and lenders to restructure its debt and may file for bankruptcy. The retailer operates about 800 stores around the globe and has more than $3B in annual sales.
Source: Target’s Top Same-Day Service Expands to More Stores Nationwide | Target Corporate
Source: Walmart testing privacy pods for breastfeeding moms | Talk Business & Politics
Source: Forever 21 is the latest retailer to consider bankruptcy | Vox