If this catches on, it could be a coup for the site, which has been increasingly making moves to cement its status in the brick-and-mortar world.
Although the sector registered strong performance in the first quarter, momentum seems to be slowing.
The beleaguered retailer's returning leader isn't wasting any time undoing the changes ousted CEO Ron Johnson made.
The buffoonery of Ron Johnson opened the floodgates for every other retailer.
Fearing it will be barred from selling Martha Stewart-branded home goods, the retailer is working with Asian suppliers to restock.
The national vacancy for shopping centers may have dropped, but only those in dense urban areas and wealthy suburbs have prospered.
The beleaguered retailer punishes Ron Johnson, whose missteps have cost the company and its shareholders plenty.
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