Walmart announced that it is closing stores on Thanksgiving Day for the second year in a row, following Target’s decision to do the same earlier this year. The Bentonville, Arkansas-based retailer will maintain regular hours on Nov. 24, and details on its Nov. 26 (Black Friday) store hours will be announced at a later date, Walmart said in a release Friday. Target is closing its brick-and-mortar locations on Thanksgiving Day, too. The company said in January that it intends to reinvent its approach to Black Friday. Read more at Retail Dive.