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Walmart Tests Drones to Manage Inventory

Drones

Walmart’s warehouse inventory management process could soon be speeding up. The country’s largest retail company is testing drones in distribution centers to help manage inventory more efficiently. Within nine months, the drones could be used in Walmart’s massive warehouses, according to The …

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What Millennials’ Home Decorating Means to You

Millennial Home Decor

Walk into the apartment of a young adult, and you may find a cozy space with trendy and unique decor. Makeshift furniture and ratty hand-me-downs are mostly gone from young adults’ home decorating. Millennials prioritize achieving stylish homes at affordable prices. “This is …

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Sears to Sell Off Major Brands?

Craftsman

Sears Holdings is continuing to look for ways to improve its business after reporting ongoing financial losses, and the company’s board of directors has decided to look at alternative approaches to selling its popular Kenmore, Craftsman and DieHard brands. The retailer has not reported what specific changes …

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Retailer Helps Victims of Ecuador Earthquake

earthquake

When Wilson Bastidas heard that a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck his home country of Ecuador on April 16, he was immediately ready to do what he could to help friends and family members who were affected. After about three hours …

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NRHA Introduces Prescription Savings Program

Prescription Card

The North American Hardware Association (NRHA) has launched a program to offer retailers an alternative way to get prescription medications at a discounted rate. These savings are made possible by RxCut®, a savings card program that is now available to …

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Law to Regulate Chemicals in Everyday Products

law

A proposed federal law to protect consumers and workers could become the first major update to the Toxic Substances Control Act in about 40 years. U.S. House and Senate negotiators this month came to an agreement to help set safety standards for unregulated chemicals, according …

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