Retail Roundup—Facebook revenue jumps 50%, Amazon tests delivery to cars

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Facebook's revenue soared 50% in the latest quarter. (Facebook)

Supervalu to sell 8 DCs

Supervalu will sell off eight of its U.S. distribution centers for $483 million. The company plans to enter into lease-back agreements after the sale for an initial 20-year term. (Reuters)

Prime tests deliveries to cars

Amazon will now offer car delivery to some Prime members. Using the Amazon Key In-Car, Prime members in 37 cities who own newer GM or Volvo cars can get deliveries while at work. (CBS News)

GNC to shutter 200 stores

GNC announced plans to close 200 locations in 2018 and is still working towards renegotiating leases and relocating stores. Overall, the company is seeing revenue growth even as sales in the U.S. and Canada dropped 4.5% in the first quarter. (PYMTS)

Facebook revenue up 50%

Despite facing PR backlash, Facebook earned almost $12 billion in revenue in the first quarter, up 50% from the same period one year ago. It's no surprise as monthly active users were 2.2 billion as of March 31, an increase of 13% year-over-year. (Media Post)

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