Bed Bath & Beyond to close 200 stores, Sur la Table files for bankruptcy, Walmart to sell health insurance policies, Livestreaming in China a lifeline

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  1. Bed Bath & Beyond said Wednesday that it plans to permanently close roughly 200 of its namesake stores over the next two years, starting later this year. Story by Lauren Thomas.
  2. Sur La Table is the latest retailer to file for bankruptcy after temporary store closures related to the coronavirus pandemic. Reporting from Kelly Tyko.
  3. Walmart continues to dive deeper into health care by selling health insurance policies. Story by Marianne Wilson.
  4. Livestreaming has been a lifesaver for store owners in China looking to reach shoppers still wary of confined spaces. Coverage from Trefor Moss.

Source: Bed Bath & Beyond to close 200 stores over 2 years as sales fall almost 50% during pandemic | CNBC

Source: Sur La Table files for bankruptcy protection, plans to close nearly half of its stores. Here’s the list. | USA Today

Source: Walmart to sell health insurance policies | CSA

Source: Live-Streaming Craze Turns Into a Lifeline for China’s Stores | WSJ

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