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Sales of e-cigarettes have decelerated over the past four weeks, led by a slowdown in demand for Juul products amid a mass of negative headlines and a spate of vaping-related illnesses, according to new Nielsen data.
New York’s attorney general announced a lawsuit against Dunkin’ Brands for failing to notify customers that their accounts had been targeted in a series of cyberattacks, resulting in the theft of tens of thousands of dollars.
Experts say weakness in women’s apparel is driven by specialty stores and department stores. Retailers like Chico’s, Barneys, Dress Barn and J.C. Penney have been announcing store closures.
Whole Foods will be cutting medical benefits for up to 1,900 workers starting Jan. 1, 2020.
The American Apparel and Footwear Association says 91.6% of apparel, 68.4% of home textiles and 52.5% of footwear imports from China will be hit with a 15% tariff beginning Sept. 1.
Shares of retailers jumped Tuesday after the United States Trade Representative announced it was delaying proposed tariffs on clothing, footwear and a number of other items until Dec. 15.
All eyes are on Amazon as its annual Prime Day begins in just three days, testing its promise to provide one-day shipping for more than 10 million products on what may be a record-breaking sales event.