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Modern Retail is a publication from Digiday Media covering the ins and outs of the reinvention of the retail industry and is on the frontlines of the industry’s ongoing transformation, from Amazon’s increasing influence to the combined force of the direct-to-consumer upstarts.

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Two weeks ago, when coronavirus was in full swing but brands were still feeling hopeful, a number of players in the fashion industry made several large changes to their business with the optimistic timeline of two weeks -- two weeks of store closures, two weeks of full pay for retail workers, two weeks of reduced e-commerce presence. Now that those two weeks are up, retailers don't have an answer for when they will open stores again, but they're certain that it will be some time before any semblance of normality exists.

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Fashion
How retailers fared on their 2-week plans for stores and employees

Two weeks ago, when coronavirus was in full swing but brands were still feeling hopeful, a number of players in the fashion industry made several large changes to their business with the optimistic timeline of two weeks -- two weeks of store closures, two weeks of full pay for retail workers, two weeks of reduced e-commerce presence. Now that those two weeks are up, retailers don't have an answer for when they will open stores again, but they're certain that it will be some time before any semblance of normality exists.