Following the recent launch of the Juneteenth Image Capsule (JIC) campaign – a future-forward, all-digital movement designed to comprehensively celebrate Black culture and Blackness – the next phase of the Continue Reading →
As stay-at-home orders ease, many families are eager to get out of the house and hit the road for a summer trip.
Target announced on Wednesday that it’s permanently bumping its minimum wage to $15 per hour beginning July 5, 2020.
Starbucks says it will close 400 U.S. stores over the next 18 months, an acknowledgment that the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has brought lasting change to its business model.
The Target store is temporarily closing 175 stores in 13 states, the company announced Saturday evening.
With a store in East Harlem, a surge in Target Corp’s online sales due to panic buying during the coronavirus crisis helped the big-box retailer post better-than-expected quarterly results on Continue Reading →
The last we heard from home goods chain Pier 1 Imports was in February when the retailer filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and announced it would shutter 450 of its 942 stores.
As millions of people across the globe social distance and self-quarantine to help prevent further spread of the novel coronavirus, kids and families can help save lives by getting active Continue Reading →
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