KITV4's Joya Dass contributed to this report - 

 



Old Navy s planning to nearly double its store locations, from 1,140 to about 2,000, as part of its forthcoming spin-off from parent company.

The move comes at a time when other retailers are closing stores.

Most of the new Old Navy stores will be in North America.

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Walmart is rolling out an unlimited grocery subscription. The service will charge an annual membership fee of $98 for subscribers to access unlimited same-day delivery, which will be offered in 1,400 stores in 200 markets.

By year-end, it will extend to more than 50% of the country.

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Whole Foods is cutting medical benefits for hundreds of part-time workers.

The changes will take effect on January 1 and affect just under 2% of whole foods' total workforce, a whole foods spokesperson told business insider.

Whole foods has about 95,000 employees, so it means about 1,900 people will lose benefits.

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Groupon and Yelp may be looking to merge.

The Wall Street journal is reporting they may make a deal, although its unclear exactly how it would work out.

Right now, Groupon is worth less than yelp so that could make yelp the buyer, if it happens at all.

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