Retail Roundup—Home Depot invests $1B in delivery; Amazon expands 2-hour food delivery

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Four more cities are getting access to Prime Now food delivery. (Amazon)

World's largest Hudson Store opens in airport

Hudson Group announced the opening of ATL Shops by Hudson, the world's largest Hudson store at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. The retail space will span 5,000 square feet and feature new products, shop-in-shops and private brands Ink by Hudson and Sweet Indulgences. (BusinessWire)

Home Depot invests $1B in delivery

The Home Depot is planning to invest $1.2 billion to support home deliveries and job sites. To help with the process, the company will bring 170 distribution centers online to reach 90% of the U.S. in one day or less. (PYMNTS)

Amazon's 2-hour food delivery hits 4 more cities

Amazon announced the expansion of its free, two-hour for delivery service, Prime Now, in Baltimore, Boston, Philadelphia and Richmond, Virginia. With the new additions, the service is now available in more than 30 U.S. metro areas and includes groceries such as fresh produce, meat and seafood from Whole Foods Market, daily, from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. (CNET)

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Ikea teams up with Lego, Adidas

Ikea is teaming up with Lego and Adidas to introduce new products for the home. The idea is for Ikea to help furnish spaces for easier home workouts and play. (MediaPost)