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Leaked McDonald’s marketing bible reveals how seriously the fast-food giant takes its reputation and why you’ll never see Ronald in a nigh...

McDonald's has many marketing rules, including specific policies on what Ronald McDonald can and cannot do and what items are "Mc" worthy.
Workers remove a sign from the outside of a Sears department store in Nanuet.

The rise and fall of Sears, once the largest and most powerful retailer in the world

Sears was once the largest retailer in the world — but by February 2020, a mere 182 stores are expected to remain in operation.
Workers remove a sign from the outside of a Sears department store in Nanuet.

The rise and fall of Sears, once the largest and most powerful retailer in the world

Sears was once the largest retailer in the world — but by February 2020, a mere 182 stores are expected to remain in operation.
Shortages at Whole Foods.

The Drive-Thru: Whole Foods shortages, Davos, and delivery drama

Welcome to another week of The Drive-Thru, Business Insider's weekly roundup of the biggest stories in restaurants and retail.
San Francisco has no shortage of places to work out.

San Francisco has 16 gyms and wellness facilities per square mile — more than any other US city. It shows where millennials spend their money.

Millennials aren't so interested in traditional retail, but they'll pay for pricey gym memberships, boutique fitness classes, and wellness treatments.
A scene from an Express store.

We visited an Express store and the empty ghost town clearly showed why the brand is closing 100 stores

Express announced this week that it will close 100 stores by the end of 2022, including 31 stores by the end of this month.
Retailers are closing thousands of stores in 2020.

More than 2,200 stores are closing in 2020 as the retail apocalypse drags on. Here’s the full list.

Pier 1, Sears, Papyrus, Forever 21, and A.C. Moore, and Express are among the retailers that are planning to close stores this year.
Old Navy has evolved quite a bit over the years.

Gap canceled its spinoff of Old Navy, but it’s still one of America’s most beloved brands. Here’s a look at its rise to be a retail ...

Though Gap reversed its decision to spin off Old Navy, the brand remains a beloved American company, outfitting families for nearly three decades.
Old Navy has evolved quite a bit over the years.

Gap canceled its spinoff of Old Navy, but it’s still one of America’s most beloved brands. Here’s a look at its rise to be a retail ...

Though Gap reversed its decision to spin off Old Navy, the brand remains a beloved American company, outfitting families for nearly three decades.