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Walmart Black Friday: Stores limited to 20% capacity for 3-day event

  • Walmart said Wednesday it would stagger the launch of in-store Black Friday sales across three days in November to avoid crowds.
  • It will also limit store capacity to just 20% during its Black Friday sales, Bloomberg reported.
  • The first Black Friday event will focus on toys, electronics, and home products.
  • The retailer will launch discounts online first, and then bring them to stores at least two days later, it said.
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Walmart will split its Black Friday in-store sales over three days in November to avoid overcrowding, it said Wednesday.

It will also limit the number of Black Friday shoppers to just 20% of store capacity, Bloomberg reported.

The retailer said it would launch in-store sales events on November 7, 14, and 27, when stores will open at 5 a.m..

To avoid shoppers rushing to stores, Walmart is launching each set of discounts online

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White House seeks limited coronavirus relief bill, promises further talks on broader stimulus

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Trump administration on Sunday called on Congress to pass a stripped-down coronavirus relief bill using leftover funds from an expired small business loan program as negotiations on a broader package ran into resistance.

FILE PHOTO: U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin takes questions from news reporters with White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows following a series of meetings on efforts to pass new coronavirus aid legislation on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., July 28, 2020. REUTERS/Tom Brenner/File Photo

The proposal was the latest twist in the on-again, off-again talks to try to secure more stimulus for the economy, which is struggling to recover from coronavirus-related shutdowns that threw millions of Americans out of work.

In a letter to lawmakers, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and White House Chief of State Mark Meadows said they would continue to talk to Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer and House Speaker

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Fear of God founder designs limited edition collection of Kamala Harris merch

Fear of God founder designs limited edition collection of Kamala Harris merch bearing retro portraits of the vice presidential nominee

Fear of God’s founder Jerry Lorenzo has designed a collection of Kamala Harris merch.

A limited run of sweatshirts and tees paying homage to the vice presidential nominee will soon be released with all proceeds going to The Black Futures Lab. 

Available in two colorways, the garments are printed with “KH20” on the front and a retro shot of the history making senator rocking a short haircut across the back. Jerry announced the charitable capsule in a series of Instagram posts.

He’s with her: Fear of God’s founder Jerry Lorenzo has designed a collection of Kamala Harris merch.

Good cause: . A limited run of sweatshirts and tees paying homage to the vice presidential nominee will soon be released with all proceeds going to The Black Futures Lab

Good cause: . A limited run of sweatshirts and tees paying homage to the

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