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1 Million People Returned to AMC Theaters in the U.S. in Less Than 3 Weeks

The U.S.'s largest theater chain also touts it received its highest guest scores for theater cleanliness ever.

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Study Observes Ongoing ‘Tug-of-War’ in Logistics Jobs

A new research brief from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology says e-tail has “sharply increased” demand for two types of logistics services.

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Martha Stewart Launches CBD Line in Partnership with Canopy Growth

Products feature hemp-derived wellness supplements — all made with flavor profiles inspired by some of her most popular recipes.

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By the Numbers

5.2%

That’s how much Brazilian retail sales climbed in July from the previous month — their highest level in almost six years, excluding cars and building materials. The number was more than four times the median forecast. Annually, sales rose 5.5% in July compared with the same month last year. The country’s retail economy has recovered strongly since COVID-19 lockdown measures have been eased. (Reuters)

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"We have determined that an agreement with Brookfield and Simon, as well as the formation of separate real estate investment trusts owned by our lirst lien lenders, is the best path forward to maximize value for our stakeholders, ensure we keep the most stores open and associates employed, and position JCPenney to build on our over 100-year history."

— Jill Soltau, CEO of JCPenney, on the pending court-supervised sale of the bankrupt retailer to mall owners Brookfield Property Owners and Simon Property Group for $800 million.The deal would avoid a total liquidation and reportedly save about 70,000 jobs and 650 stores. 

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Minted Introduces ‘Notes of Gratitude’

San Francisco-based company is inviting consumers to use the power of a handwritten note to express gratitude, all while benefitting the World Central Kitchen.

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Inside the Acquisition of JCPenney

Inside News provides background on the pending sale of retailer to mall owners Brookfield Property Owners and Simon Property Group.

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