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These 7 malls are some of the oldest in America, surviving the retail apocalypse and decades of change
Malls have struggled, owing in part to e-commerce, changing consumer preferences, and the 2008 financial crisis.
Forever 21 and Payless ShoeSource are two of the largest companies that have filed for bankruptcy in 2019, according to Chapter11Dockets.com.
‘RIP Forever 21’: People are reminiscing about their days of shopping at the fast-fashion retailer as it pledges to reorganize in bankrupt...
Presented with the news of Forever 21's bankruptcy and store closings, fans are lamenting the downfall of one of their favorite retail chains.
A slew of national retailers have already filed for bankruptcy in 2019. Here's a list of the major ones.
Subway restaurants grew rapidly throughout the US in the '80s and '90s, but the fast-food chain has closed over 1,000 stores in 2018.
The discount chain Fred's said Monday it plans to liquidate all its stores. Sears, Kmart, Party City, and Walgreens have also announced closings.
Amazon is planning to build a 700,000-square-foot facility on the site of the shuttered Rolling Acres Mall in Akron, Ohio.
Sears has laid off 250 employees at its headquarters in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, according to a company filing.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics just cut its annual benchmark of non-farm jobs down by 501,000 jobs, and retail was one of the hardest-hit industries.
Eerie photos reveal the barren scene inside an iconic grocery chain that closed stores and couldn’t pay vendors
We visited a Dean & DeLuca store and witnessed a scene that matched the descriptions of other Dean & DeLuca locations before they shuttered.