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Abha Bhattarai is the national retail reporter for The Washington Post. She has previously written for the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Reuters and the St. Petersburg Times.
The chains tried to court millennials, alienating their most loyal shoppers in the process.
The congresswomen say they are "deeply concerned by the financial engineering" that occurred while the treasury chief served on the retailer’s board.
Members of Congress are asking Nike executives for details on the company’s treatment of female athletes following reports that company stopped paying some athletes while they were pregnant.
The presidential candidate will speak on behalf of workers who want a seat on the company's board.
“We’re going to have to raise prices”: Small-business owners worry that tariffs will wipe them out
Americans can expect to soon see higher prices on everyday items like shampoo, suitcases and salmon.
The announcement comes just weeks after Amazon said it is investing in next-day delivery for Prime members.
In a federal complaint, Muslim workers in Minnesota have accused the tech giant of discrimination and retaliation.
The retailer said that its full-time hourly workers now make about twice the federal minimum wage and that starting wages have risen more than 50 percent in the past three years.
“Not saving enough is a long-held American tradition, right up there with baseball and apple pie,” one financial adviser says.