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Kohl's has a new plan to fight Walmart




Department store Kohl’s will join forces with grocery and convenience stores to fill empty space in its stores, CNBC reports. Roughly 300 stores have been “right-sized” over the past few years, meaning they were made operationally smaller. Kohl hopes bringing in grocers or other retailers could generate more foot traffic. It would also help it compete against the likes of Target and Walmart.


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