Retail Roundup—Overstock expands digital currency; Macy's hiring spree

Macy's storefront facing a shopping mall
Macy's is going on a fall hiring spree.

Overstock accepting all digital currency

Overstock announced that it will now accept payment via all digital currency, including Ethereum and Litecoin. Overstock, like many other major retailers, already accepts Bitcoin. (Fortune)

Macy's goes on hiring spree

Macy's will have a hiring day in five areas across the country: Boston, San Francisco, Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver and Hawaii. Between the hours of 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Saturday, the department store chain's stores in these areas will be looking for associates to help out during the back-to-school and fall shopping seasons. (Women's Wear Daily)

Meijer teams up with health system to co-brand products

Meijer has teamed up with Spectrum Health to launch a line of co-branded over-the-counter products, including allergy and pain relief medication as well as vitamins and supplements. The line will be sold at 23 Meijer stores throughout a 13-county footprint. (Grand Rapids Business Journal)

Hy-Vee opens millennial-focused store

A newly opened Hy-Vee supermarket in Cottage Grove, Minnesota, has shrunk the center store to focus mainly on grab-and-go choices such as heat-and-serve meals and fully cooked entrees. The retailer hopes to appeal to the on-the-run customer, catering to how millennials are shopping. (Star Tribune)