Walmart, Nordstrom building stores that don’t sell anything
BENTONVILLE, Ark. -- Traditional brick-and-mortar stores alone are not enough to stay ahead in the digital era. America's shoppers want convenient, hassle-free experiences. Walmart and Nordstrom are building physical stores that don't actually sell anything. The retailers are creating small hubs in big cities and dense suburban areas for shoppers to retrieve their online grocery and clothing orders.