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Walmart stores will allow no more than five customers for each 1,000 square feet of space, the company said Friday.
Desperate shoppers say they can’t order groceries for delivery or pickup. Amazon and Walmart are racing to meet the spike in demand.
Amazon told Business Insider that it's responding to increased demand by hiring more workers and adding more delivery windows throughout the day.
Despite being pummelled by the coronavirus outbreak, many of the world's biggest retailers are doing their bit to help those most in need.
Amazon and Walmart sellers are hawking coronavirus-themed T-shirts about social distancing while workers protest about safety conditions
"I was social distancing before it was cool," one T-shirt listed on Walmart's site, and sold by a third-party seller, said.
From Walmart to Starbucks, these 22 retail companies are changing their benefits policies amid the coronavirus pandemic
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, retail companies including Walmart and Starbucks are providing hourly workers with unprecedented sick leave benefits.
Walmart says it’s hiring about 5,000 people a day as it tries to keep up with surging demand and the flood of customers amid the coronavirus pan...
Walmart has hired nearly 50,000 new workers since March 19, when the company announced plans to add 150,000 employees through the end of May.
Walmart will screen the temperatures of its 1.5 million US employees and provide them with masks and gloves
People with temperatures of more than 100 degrees Fahrenheit will be sent home, and paid for the shift they miss, the company said.
Shirt sales are booming at Walmart, and one executive says it’s because videoconferencing shoppers only care about looking good from the ‘...
Walmart's executive vice president of corporate affairs Dan Bartlett told Yahoo Finance that he credited the sales bump to videoconferencing.
With millions of Americans staying home amid the coronavirus pandemic — many with children who are out of school — the Nintendo Switch is selling out.
Banks, hardware stores, liquor stores, and grocery: These businesses are seeing foot-traffic bursts amid the coronavirus pandemic
Grocery stores, warehouse stores, and hardware stores have seen big increases in foot traffic amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to Foursquare.