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Workers are 'Rage Quitting' Their Jobs as a Tightening Labor Market Forces Employers to Take Note of Unfavorable Conditions and Low Pay
The waning days of the US coronavirus outbreak have prompted plenty of work-related reflection.
In the 1950s, Alan Turing wondered if machines could think like humans. Now, it's a reality -- one that increasingly defines the way we live and work.
The alliance will look into possibilities of having on-board initiatives that are retail focused
Gain valuable insights and actionable advice that you can apply directly to your business as the world begins to reopen and we look to the future of retail.
The average household spent nearly a quarter of its stimulus check on goods and services last month, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
The move is expected to add about 100,000 more full-time roles than the company had five years ago.
Ali Kriegsman on turning her pop-up shop into a VC-backed wholesale marketplace.
Returns have reached epic proportions, and the consequences are stacking up.
It's hoping you won't leave for other stores.
Deloitte's 2021 Retail Industry Outlook report has some relevant findings for those willing to think outside the box.
Be available to the customers always, anytime on the device and location of their choice
Learn how to get people back in your stores and buying.
The Regency-era romance is Netflix's most popular original series ever, and consumers who can't get enough of the 19th-century fashion are providing a much-needed boost to the fashion industry.
As India sets foot into a market recovering from a global pandemic, the neighborhood stores have to make quick business decisions to maintain the momentum