Retail Roundup—Amazon's shopping goes international; Lululemon seeking CEO, still

Lululemon new digital print inspired by NYC street art
Lululemon hires a new CFO. (Lululemon)

Amazon launches international-shoppers app

Amazon announced a new feature with its app that allows international consumers to shop for U.S. goods. The new app targets shoppers in Brazil, China, Germany and Spanish-speaking markets. (Reuters)

The Home Depot hires 1,000 tech workers

The Home Depot will hire 1,000 new tech professionals in 2018 for its centers in Atlanta; Austin, Texas; and Dallas. The new tech staff will support initiatives related to the company's $11.1 billion investment plan in technology over the next three years. (PR Newswire)

Whole Foods drops loyalty program

Whole foods announced it will end its loyalty program and digital coupons on May 1 after a few short years. The announcement comes as the retailer begins offering Amazon Prime features into its stores. (Produce Retailer)

Lululemon still shopping for CEO

Lululemon has appointed Patrick Guido as CFO as it search continues for a new CEO. Lululemon has been without a CEO since February when Laurent Potdevin suddenly stepped down. (Vancouver Sun)

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