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Google Express Expands Its Midwest Presence

| Mike O'Brien

Google has expanded its two-day Google Express delivery service to 40 million new customers in the Midwest, now offering it in 17 states in its push against the dominance of Amazon Prime. See where it has grown and what retailers are using it.

Kohl’s Looks to Boost Store Sales with Omnichannel Push

| Mike O'Brien

To remain competitive and boost flagging store sales in a tough retail environment, Kohl’s is continuing to invest in omnichannel operations, executives said in a Q2 analyst call. See what else executives had to say about digital initiatives and the impact of Macy’s announced store closures.

Under Armour to Begin Selling Its Products in Kohl’s Next Year

| Mike O'Brien

Under Armour will begin selling products at 1,100 Kohl’s locations next year, and plans to open a store at the iconic FAO Schwartz location in Manhattan. The Kohl’s deal is intended to make Under Armour products more available to consumers, particularly women, at malls and other suburban locations.

Kohl’s Omnichannel Journey is Evolving

| Daniela Forte

Kohl’s has made great strides with its omnichannel strategy. In 2014, it began the journey when it rolled out buy online and pickup in-store. See how the brand continues to evolve with its omnichannel strategies.

Week in Review: UPS Invests in Deliv to Learn About Same-Day Market

| MCM Staff

UPS took a big leap this week by investing in crowdsourced startup Deliv, getting a seat on its board and a front-row seat on its operating model. Stay tuned to see how the carrier is able to leverage this relationship to better understand and take advantage of the burgeoning sector of the on-demand economy.

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