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Walmart employee’s family files wrongful death lawsuit

Walmart logo is seen at a store in Mountain View, California, United States on Tuesday, November 19, 2019. Yichuan Cao | NurPhoto | Getty Images The family of a Walmart employee in Illinois who died from complications of COVID-19 filed a wrongful death lawsuit Monday, alleging the retailer knew about the man’s symptoms and disregarded …

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Top of the shops: how has Oxford Street survived the slow death of the high street? | Life and style

Harry Gordon Selfridge was out to win. The year was 1909 and the US retail magnate was opening his new store in London’s Oxford Street. His rival was the terracotta monolith of Harrods in Knightsbridge. The latter had just opened complete with an escalator, which so terrified customers that staff had to offer them glasses …

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Nike sells out of Kobe Bryant merchandise online after death

Kobe Bryant Ezra Shaw | Getty Images Nike has sold out of all of its Kobe Bryant merchandise online, following the tragic death of the basketball legend on Sunday, a spokesperson confirmed to CNBC. Reports that said Nike had pulled the merchandise from its website are false, the person said. Now, a search for Kobe Bryant-related …

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‘Death of an icon’: the downfall of Barneys New York | Business

“EMS – Every Thing Must Be Sold,” read the signs plastered all over Barneys New York – an unprepossessing welcome to what was once New York’s premier fashion store as it enters its last days before closing after almost 100 years in business. The red-and-yellow sale signage is certainly an affront to the luxury industry’s …

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Lights, camera, no action: why we shouldn’t mourn the death of the camcorder | Technology

Sad news for amateur film-makers; according to John Lewis, camcorders are practically a “non-existent” market, with sales down 33% this year. If they keep tumbling like this, it’s likely that they will soon join other anachronistic items that the department store chain stopped selling this year, such as clutch bags and fish kettles. But wait, …

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