This infographic illustrates how the fastest growing and declining retail brands are attempting to stay relevant in the pandemic economy.
We visualize the ecommerce categories that have experienced the fastest growth, and the categories that are in decline during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Millions of tons of cargo get moved in and out of the U.S. every day. Which companies are bringing goods in, and which are shipping them...
On this map of biggest employers in each state, there's one regional trend that stands out the most – the broad blue expanse of Walmart country.
Amazon now accounts for nearly 50% of all U.S. ecommerce sales. This is more than double that of Amazon's next nine biggest competitors, combined.
From Walmart ($486B) to companies a tiny fraction of the size, here is a map showing the largest company in every state by revenue.
Walmart employs 1.5 million people across the country - and the retail behemoth is now the largest private employer in 22 states.
Amazon is worth more than many of the biggest retailers in the U.S. - like Walmart, Norstrom, Best Buy, Sears, JCPenney, and Target - combined together.