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Lord & Taylor ran major clearance sales before it closed.

Amazon is reportedly eyeing the former Lord & Taylor flagship store as it looks for office space in New York City. Here’s what the iconic s...

Amazon is reportedly in talks to lease the former Lord & Taylor flagship store. This is what the iconic retail location once looked like.

We visited a lot of department stores in 2018. Here’s which one was the best to shop at.

We visited locations of most major department stores in 2018 and found one rose above the rest. Here's the verdict.

Sears has filed for bankruptcy and announced it would close more than 140 stores, but it isn’t the only department store that has struggled rece...

Sears filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Monday, announcing it would be closing 142 Sears and Kmart stores and beginning liquidation sales at those locations immediately. Sears isn't the only department store that has struggled recently.

One of New York City’s most famous department stores will close after selling to WeWork. Here’s what it looked like during a recent visit....

Lord & Taylor will close its flagship store on Fifth Avenue in New York City after selling it to WeWork in October. When we visited the store several months ago, we noticed plenty of discounts but not many customers.
WeWork founders Adam Neumann and Miguel McKelvey.

$20 billion startup WeWork continues its shopping spree with $200 million for Meetup

Meetup is only one of a slew of new investments and purchases the $20 billion startup WeWork has made in recent months.
Walmart is going after wealthy shoppers.

Walmart just struck another deal that confirms the death of America’s middle class as we know it

Walmart is adding Lord & Taylor and its many designer brands to its website in its latest effort to attract high-income shoppers.

Walmart is building an ‘online mall’ to threaten Amazon’s most booming business

Walmart is broadening its online assortment with a dedicated section for Lord & Taylor's designer goods, according to a new report.

Since the election, 3,600 Trump-branded products have been dropped from online stores

Retailers that are being targeted by an anti-Trump boycott have dropped 61% of Trump-branded products.