The near-nationwide lockdowns brought about by the coronavirus pandemic have cratered the U.S. economy, leaving many companies shuttering some of their stores and others closing down altogether. Earlier this month, you may have heard about H&M closing 250 stores, but now, there’s another beloved brand, an even older one, you may have to say goodbye to. Clarks, founded in England in 1825, is closing as many as 50 of its stores. According to an Oct. 7 report published in the Eastern Daily Press, the shoe company is making a bid to stay afloat by closing up to
Oasis and Warehouse are to permanently close all their stores and online shopping with the loss of more than 1,800 jobs after administrators said they had been unable to secure a rescue deal for the fashion chains.
The two brands have been sold to the restructuring firm Hilco, the owner of the Homebase DIY chain, in a deal which includes their stock but not their 92 standalone stores or about 400 concessions across outlets including Debenhams, House of Fraser and Sainsbury’s.
Rob Harding, joint administrator at Deloitte, said: “Covid-19 has presented extraordinary challenges, which have devastated the retail industry. It
PHOENIX — After 47 years, Metrocenter mall — once considered to be the largest mall in Arizona — will permanently close at the end of June, according to a letter management reportedly sent to some of the mall’s tenants on Friday, and was obtained by ABC15 News.
The mall will close to shoppers at the end of business on Tuesday, June 30, according to the letter. Businesses and vendors will have until July 15 to clear their stores and remove their property, the letter stated.
“Despite our best efforts to bring value back to the mall, complete maintenance projects, and
John Tufts, San Angelo Standard-Times
SAN ANGELO — The Victoria’s Secret outlet in San Angelo will close permanently, according to a spokesperson with the Sunset Mall.
“I can confirm they are closing, but I don’t have a date,” said General Manager Sabrina Forse on Wednesday, June 10, 2020
The study asked 2,000 Americans about how their views on grocery shopping have changed in light of the global pandemic, and the results showed that respondents are open to exploring new ways they can get their groceries.
Sixty-four percent of those surveyed said they’ve utilized grocery deliveries