Retail Roundup—Target unveils men's fashion; CVS shakes up employee benefits with Aetna purchase

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CVS' purchase of Aetna could mean big changes for employee health benefits.

Wendy's to offer food delivery

Wendy's has partnered with DoorDash to offer home delivery from the fast-food restaurant in 48 major markets around the country. Orders will be delivered in thermal bags to keep food hot or cold. (PR Newswire)

CVS and Aetna deal could change employee health benefits

CVS has announced that it plans to buy Aetna for $69 billion. The acquisition could change the way that many major U.S. retailers buy health coverage for employees and possibly lower the overall cost of medication and therapy for consumers. (CNBC)

Target unveils men's fashion line

More than half (55%) of Target shoppers are women, and its fashion department is mostly geared toward them. But the big-box retailer wants to change this perception and recently launched Goodfellow & Co., a line of everyday shirts, pants and shoes for men. (Bloomberg)

Nordstrom, Byrdie launch New York pop-up

Clinique-owned beauty publication Byrdie has teamed up with Nordstrom to launch an immersive pop-up in New York City. The Byrdie Beauty Lab will be a place for consumers to experiment with products, get beauty treatments and learn from industry professionals in a retail space curated by Byrdie editors. (PR Newswire)