The best retailers in 2019 include Target, Amazon, Costco, Walmart and Home Depot.
The top three retailers are also the biggest in terms of revenue.
The most popular categories in 2019 are travel, furniture and apparel.
Retailer categories are defined by a few factors, including retail locations, merchandise, product categories and merchandise price.
They also include prices per square foot, per square yard and per square inch.
There are more than 100 categories in the retail industry, according to the National Retail Federation.
The N.R.F. classifies retail into five major categories: merchandise, retail services, home furnishings, apparel and footwear.
The list is made up of about 4,000 retailers.
In the past, there were two categories for each category, according, but that has changed since the merger in 2019.
The top five categories were: merchandise and retail services.
The remaining five were: apparel, footwear, travel and furniture.
The retail industry is a highly competitive one, said Matt Jorgensen, chief executive officer of Jorgenson & Bumgardner, a boutique retail consulting firm.
But retailers need to be aggressive about building out their supply chain to keep up with demand.
He also believes retailers are in the midst of a renaissance.
“I think it’s going to continue to evolve in a way that makes it more and more profitable for them to do it.
I think that’s going go to make it more competitive,” he said.
In 2019, Walmart surpassed Amazon as the top retailer, according the Retail Industry Data Center, which monitors the retail sector.
Walmart surpassed Home Depot, which has a bigger footprint, in 2019 as well.
The company has made a lot of moves in the last two years, including expanding its distribution network in rural areas, expanding its retail stores and increasing its delivery service.
Walmart has also expanded its online business and opened several stores in Mexico.
In 2020, Walmart plans to open at least 10 more locations in the U.S. The company plans to increase its retail footprint in Mexico and expand into other Latin American countries.
While it is difficult to quantify how much of the growth is due to increased competition from other retailers, some analysts believe Walmart is growing in the same way Amazon has in the past few years.
In a 2016 study, Retail Industry Research, a retail consulting group, estimated that Walmarts U.K. and U.A.E. revenue jumped 26 percent and 32 percent in the first and second quarters of 2019.
The study also projected that Walmart would grow at double-digit rates in 2020.