Retail Roundup—Best Buy refreshes logo; Chipotle sees 700% delivery lift

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Best Buy's old signage will soon be gone as the retailer introduces a refreshed logo. (Mike Mozart/CC BY-SA 2.0)

Best Buy refreshes logo

After 30 years, Best Buy is giving its logo a new look by placing its brand name outside of its familiar yellow price tag image. The company's chief marketing officer said the look is part of the brand's evolution toward the future. (USA Today)

Nike loses four more executives

A harassment investigation throughout the company has resulted in the departure of four more Nike executives, raising the total to 10. The sweep comes as many employees are alleging discrimination and harassment from the upper ranks. (CNBC)

Chipotle gets 700% delivery lift

Chipotle Mexican Grill has seen much success since it partnered up with DoorDash, including a 667% increase in weekly delivery orders. DoorDash is available from more than 1,500 Chipotle restaurants across the U.S., and most of these stores have separate waiting lines for digital orders. (PR Newswire)

Walmart looks for new delivery partner

Walmart is looking for a new grocery delivery partner in Dallas as Uber says it will no longer offer its UberRush service as of June 30. But Walmart's delivery offering won't end, as it already has a relationship with third-party providers such as Deliv, DoorDash and Postmates. (The Dallas Morning News)