Retail Roundup—Circuit City to relaunch; Lululemon expands menswear

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Yoga retailer Lululemon expects its menswear division to reach 25% by 2020. (Pinkypills/iStock/Getty Images Plus/Getty Images)

Sprouts expands delivery to all major markets

Sprouts Farmers Market will bring its home delivery service to all of its major markets across the U.S. Customers will be able to order from thousands of products via the Instacart mobile app as the company slowly expands from its original eight-city delivery base. (Globe Newswire)

Lululemon's menswear 25% by 2020

Lululemon is making strides in its menswear division and expects it to account for 25% of the business by 2020. The company now considers itself a dual-gender brand and its men's business rose 18% in the third quarter. (Vancouver Sun)

Whole Foods names veteran executive for East Coast division

Whole Foods Market has named Nicole Wescoe president of the Northeast region, succeeding Christina Minardi, who was recently made executive VP of operations. Wescoe will oversee the opening of the company's first East Coast Whole Foods 365 store on Jan. 31 in Brooklyn, New York. (Supermarket News)

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Circuit City to test relaunch as website

Although Circuit City went bankrupt 10 years ago because it could not compete with e-commerce, the company is now laying plans for a comeback, including a revamped website and a small physical store presence. CEO Ronny Shmoel announced the plan for a social-focused website and innovative retail stores. (Fortune)