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Business on top, pajamas underneath: Walmart is selling work shirts, but not so many pants

When all a webcam captures is a user's head and torso, employees are buying more shirts, according to Walmart, and not slacks. Foto: AP/Cedar Attanasio

A few more shelves might be looking bare at Walmarts around the country, or at least a few more bins empty at fulfillment warehouses. Customers are making a run on tops: shirts, blouses, button-downs, polos, you name it.

As more people work from home during the coronavirus crisis and video conference becomes businesses' new lifeblood, pants are suddenly less important. When all a webcam captures is a user's head and torso, employees are buying more shirts, according to Walmart, and not slacks...

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