Retail Roundup—CVS launches same-day delivery; Credit card fraud up 200%

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CVS launching same-day delivery and expanding two-day delivery to major markets.

Au Bon Pain unveils mobile feedback

Au Bon Pain has teamed up with Tattle, a customer experience management platform to collect direct and private feedback from guests. The tool will measure retail and digital ordering performance using multi-channel responses to improve guests relations and help managers to make better operational decisions. (PR Newswire)

Credit card fraud testing up 200%

Credit card testing by fraudsters increased 200% in the first quarter of 2017, according to analysis by Radial. And beyond the documented rise in credit card testing, faux itself climbed 30% year over year. E-commerce operators need to be on the lookout, as accepted orders from stolen credit card data are still the monetary responsibility of the retailers. (IReach Content)

CVS launches same-day, next-day delivery

CVS is expanding prescription deliveries, as 70% of the U.S. population lives within three miles of a CVS location. The chain will start offering free, same-day deliveries in December in Manhattan and will expand next-day deliveries nationwide in early 2018. (LA Times)

Starbucks opens first Princi bakery

Starbucks unveiled its first high-end bakery inside the Starbucks Roastery. The first of many planned, the shop hosts a rotating menus from pizza to dessert and a cocktail bar to expend the coffee shop's business into the evening hours. (Seattle Times)


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