Happy Thursday! Welcome back to Insider Retail, your weekly delivery of deep dives spanning shopping, fast food, startups, and so much more. This week we’re kicking things off with an A-list investment, a chat with Ulta Beauty’s CEO, and the departure of Walmart’s health leaders. So let’s take a look at what’s in our cart…
Scarlett Johansson is now a creative director and investor in HumanCo, a new food company that’s raised millions. The founder plans to get the next generation of healthy snacks on store shelves.
Mary Dillon changed the face of $18 billion Ulta Beauty. Here’s how the 8-year CEO reached the top of corporate America and built a legacy of inclusivity.
A number of Walmart’s healthcare leaders have left the company in recent months. Walmart slowed its push into primary care. Now with nine key healthcare leaders gone, the clinics are no longer in the spotlight.
Livestreaming is taking the place of Main Street shopping – and businesses are making thousands of dollars per stream. Our guide breaks down the top livestream platforms, how to get started, and tips from sellers.
The future of hybrid remote work is here – and these startups that have raised hundreds of millions in venture capital stand to benefit.
- Subway says it’s “not for sale.”
- Lululemon is offering money for used yoga pants.
- Here’s a slew of household staples that are about to get more expensive.
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