Rite Aid will stop selling e-cigs and vapes in stores after seeing their popularity boom w/teens. wild: the C.D.C. said that btwn 2017 and 2018, tobacco product use jumped 38% among high school students and 29% with middle school students
Rite Aid to Stop Selling E-Cigarettes, Citing Surge in Young Users
The chain said it would remove the products from its more than 2,400 locations over the next 90 days. It will continue to sell regular tobacco product...
the difference between the have's and have not's is widening and merely being good enough no longer is. @StevenPDennis
Ulta And Sephora Keep Defying The 'Retail Apocalypse'
Despite the retail apocalypse narrative many brick-and-mortar dominant retailers are not only surviving they are thriving. So what explains the wideni...