Retail Roundup—Chipotle adds click-and-collect; Tiffany goes modern

Turnaround at Tiffany's
Tiffany looks to modernize its image. (Tradesy)

Chipotle adds click-and-collect

Chipotle is adding drive-thru locations to some of its new stores, but consumers will not be able to order in these lanes. Instead, drivers order their food through the Chipotle app and can drive through the mobile order lane to grab their meal without having to get out of the car. (CNBC)

Target's traffic up online, in-store

Target experienced in-store and online growth in the latest quarter, even as investments in delivery hurt profits. Customer traffic rose 3.7% for both digital and physical stores, the strongest growth in almost 10 years. (Orlando Sentinel)

Albertsons, Rite Aid tout merger possibilities

Albertsons and Rite Aid see a lot of potential growth in their pending merger. The new company would stand out from its competitors in six key areas: freestanding pharmacies, fresh foods, pharmacy benefits management, click-and-collect and home delivery of groceries, in-store and subscription mean kits, and loyalty programs. (Supermarket News)

Tiffany goes modern

Tiffany is pledging to focus on more innovative and contemporary collections in order to stimulate sales. The next step will be for Tiffany to revamp its stores to reflect the changes. (Market Watch)

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