Retail Roundup—CB2 selling online mattress brand; Walmart unveils shoppable apartments

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Walmart unveils a shoppable, 3D virtual apartment tour. (Mike Mozart/CC BY 2.0)

CB2 selling online mattress brand

CB2 had teamed up with Tomorrow Sleep to sell the company's hybrid mattresses in store. The mattresses, born as a subsidiary of Serta Simmons Bedding, has traditionally sold direct-to-consumers but will now also be available in 13 CB2 stores across nine states. (PR Newswire)

Walmart unveils shoppable apartments

Walmart shoppers can now enter through two online features and see how furniture or housewares will look in an apartment or dorm room. The virtual tour of an apartment filled with items allows customers interested in an item to click on it, get the price and make a purchase. (USA Today)

Retailers disappointed in immigration compromise

The National Retail Federation issued a statement saying that all retailers are disappointed in the lack of progress in Congress on protecting immigrants. The statement pressed that one of the strengths of the U.S. economy is its diverse workforce. (National Retail Federation)

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Denny's delivers through Amazon

Denny's has added Amazon Restaurants as a third-party deliver provider. Using the Denny's On Demand platform, consumers can order to their nearest Denny's and then have the order picked up by Amazon Flex delivery partners. (Globe Newswire)