Retail Roundup—McDonald's adds self-service; Amazon promotes indie beauty

McDonald's restaurant in Washington, DC
McDonald's is expanding self-serve kiosks in U.S. stores. (Coast-to-Coast / iStock Editorial / Getty Images Plus)

Senior executive changes at Bed Bath & Beyond

Bed Bath & Beyond has announced some senior management changes. Eugene Castagna was named president and COO, Susan Lattmann was promoted to chief administrative officer, and Robyn D'Elia was promoted to CFO and treasurer. (PR Newswire)

McDonald's adds kiosks to U.S. locations

McDonald's is planning to add self-service kiosks to locations around the U.S. The company will add the mobile ordering stations to 1,000 stores a quarter for the next eight to nine quarters. (Fortune)

Peapod opens Chicago headquarters

Online grocer Peapod has finished moving its headquarters from Skokie, Illinois, to downtown Chicago. Due to vast growth, parent company Ahold Delhaize hopes to attract new talent in its new location. (Progressive Grocer)

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Amazon to promote independent beauty brands

Although Amazon already features a luxury beauty shop, which launched in 2013, the marketplace will now start featuring independent brands. Products sold in the Indie Beauty Shop must be at least 50% independently owned and not sold at Ulta, Target or Walmart. (Glossy)

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