'We’re also taking some additional steps in most places. Face coverings will be required for all of our teams and customers, and we will provide them to customers who don’t bring their own. Temperature checks will be conducted at the door, and posted health questions will screen for those with symptoms — like cough or fever — or who have had recent exposure to someone infected with COVID‑19. Throughout the day, we're conducting enhanced deep cleanings that place special emphasis on all surfaces, display products, and highly trafficked areas. … [Read more...] about Apple to reopen about 100 stores across the US, with customers required to wear masks and undergo temperature checks before entering
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Those include temperature screening for all employees, increasing cleaning in all high-traffic areas, and encouraging social distancing. The children’s play areas, drinking fountains, and stroller programs will remain closed. Additionally, the food court and common area seating will be limited and spaced out to encourage distance between shoppers. … [Read more...] about Joining Area Retailers, Sunrise Mall Set To Reopen Friday
“Browsing for things that one doesn’t need fills the time and then clicking ‘buy now’ just naturally follows,” he said. “Consumers may find themselves on page 20 of a search result for a new pair of shoes, a place that when engaged and not bored, they would never reach.” … [Read more...] about Retail therapy for the pandemic: What have we bought and why?
Bengaluru | Mumbai: The revival of India’s economy will be driven by merchants, retailers and brands rebooting their businesses by tapping into the rising demand for online commerce which is induced by the lockdown, said a top Amazon executive. “Between the reduced footfalls in physical stores and increased online demand, we need to make sure that in totality sellers come out as good, if not better than before the virus crisis hit us. That is what we are focused on right now,” said Amit Agarwal, senior vice president and country head of Amazon India. Unfazed by the continuing backlash from offline retailers who claim small businesses have been hurt by the discounting and investments shelled out by ecommerce companies, Agarwal told ET that “not many companies have the scale, patience and commitment that Amazon (does) my organisation is supercharged and driven to be part of this phase and to help out.” An April 15 order rolled out by the Indian government … [Read more...] about Merchants, retailers and brands to revive India’s economy: Amazon
However, the companies agreed to terminate the sale after L Brands was forced to impose furloughs and mass store closures in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Ending the agreement also avoided a lawsuit by Sycamore Partners, which had accused L Brands of breach of contract. … [Read more...] about Victoria’s Secret Closing 250 Stores: What’s Near Beverly Hills?
A new collection of separates: I am in touch with our craftsmen in Benaras, Kashmir and the Mijwan Welfare Society (he has been associated with them for over a decade) and will see to it that they constantly get work. But I am planning a collection of separates that is true to my ethos of celebration, glamour, intricacy, joy and yet be affordable. Borders, fabric, and intricate embroideries that I have collected over the years will be used. A lot of mix and match is going to be in fashion. For instance, someone will like to wear their mother’s or grandmother’s heirloom sari with an interesting top or jacket from us. And yes, we are doing a series of masks with this collection. … [Read more...] about Can’t stop fashion: on physical stores opening up and innovative strategies being adopted by brands
"[We] are confident of finding a new owner who is committed to the long-term future of Burger King in New Zealand, supported by the strength of the Burger King brand and by the loyalty of our valued team members, supply partners and guests," a media release from Antares said. … [Read more...] about Burger King confirms planned closure of five stores
'The defendant had his knee on Mr. Floyd's neck for 8 minutes and 46 seconds in total. Two minutes and 53 seconds of this was after Mr. Floyd was non-responsive. Police are trained that this type of restraint with a subject in a prone position is inherently dangerous,' the arrest warrant read. … [Read more...] about George Floyd’s family hire their own pathologist after official autopsy finds he died of ‘police restraint combined with heart disease and potential intoxicants in his system’ and not asphyxiation or strangulation by officer
One member, Laura Smeaton, told The Telegraph: 'Disappointed that the page to book to visit said 'page not found' every time I checked this morning despite other NT sites being able to book. Just tried again now and all sold out. As a key worker and national trust member, can you not keep a number of tickets aside?' … [Read more...] about Sun-seekers ignore warnings they’ll be fined for breaking lockdown rules as they head to beaches with temperatures set to hit 82F – despite THREE Sage scientists saying we are lifting restrictions too soon
Price, warranty, and availability The Wi-Fi Huawei MatePad Pro costs 499 British pounds, which is around $610. It comes with a two-year warranty if purchased in the U.K., and can be found through Huawei’s own online store and in some retail stores including Currys. The MatePad Pro is not officially available in the U.S., but could be purchased as an import. The keyboard case costs 129 pounds, or about $158, and an M Pen stylus is yours for 100 pounds/$122. Huawei also sells the tablet, case, and stylus for 610 pounds, or about $745. … [Read more...] about Huawei MatePad Pro Review: In the iPad’s shadow