TJX Is Sticking to Brick and Mortar—and Customers Are Flooding In

Parent company of Marshalls, TJ Maxx and HomeGoods is sidelining ecommerce

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Customers are returning to store like TJMaxx for a sense of hope, says TJX CEO Ernie Herrman. Getty Images

Key insights:

After brick-and-mortar stores were forced to close beginning in March, retailers such as Walmart and Michaels have spent the last few months driving traffic to their ecommerce sites.


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Kaila is a graduating senior at Villanova University pursuing a degree in PR & Advertising and Journalism. She is currently working as the Social Media Manager for CLLCTVE, and covers brand marketing and retail stories as a contributor for Adweek.
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