Retail Roundup—3D knitting machines, Denny's on demand

Ministry of Supply customers in Boston can buy custom blazers made with a 3D printer.

3D knitting machine makes blazers in 90 minutes

The Ministry of Supply shop on Newbury Street in Boston has a 10-foot-long 3D knitting machine that can make a customized blazer in 90 minutes. A customer chooses the colors, cuffs and buttons, then an employee programs the device to manufacture the blazer on the spot. (The Washington Post)

Denny’s offers on-demand ordering

Denny’s is now offering on-demand ordering for takeout or delivery, available 24 hours a day. The new service comes courtesy of a revamp of the brand’s mobile app and is available via mobile, online and Twitter. (Multivu)

Chipotle hacked

Chipotle reported that most of its 2,250 U.S. restaurants were hacked between March 24 and April 18 of this year, along with a number of Canadian stores. The information that was taken could be used to drain credit card accounts and create clone cards. (Reuters)

Executive changes at Crate and Barrel

CEO Doug Diemoz has announced that he is leaving Crate and Barrel. Board chair Neela Montgomery will become the new CEO effective Aug. 1. Montgomery thanked Diemoz for helping turn the company around in the last few years. (Business Wire)

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