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How are Irish shops faring in the online retail apocalypse?
You would have to search high and low to find a prettier market square than the one in Donegal town. It’s not really a square at all, of course, but is known as The Diamond, an oasis of calm in the ... read more
How These 3 Shoe Companies Went Bankrupt Twice
More from Footwear News Retail Store Closures: All the Companies That Are Downsizing ... 6 Shoe Companies That Have Gone Bankrupt in the Past Year -- & How They're Faring Now Sports Authority, City ... read more
Orla Kiely and the ‘retail apocalypse’ that closed her shops
The announcement this week that Orla Kiely has closed down her retail and online business came ... in New York and London, a store in Seoul, another in Tokyo, an OBE, her Life in Pattern book, her ... read more
Startup Spotlight: Getting To The Point Of The Retail Shift
The retail apocalypse is fake news if you ask Mark Cummins, co-founder of Irish startup ... transact in a store, but the limited information available was hindering their ability to do so. Early ... read more
Over 50% of American Retailers Say They Are in Trouble
The retail apocalypse claims ... industry how they were faring. The study titled the “2019 BDO Retail Rationalized Survey” says that “More than half (54 percent) of traditional retailers—including big ... read more
Why are so many shops going out of business?
The retail apocalypse phenomenon has ... are prepared to pay for next day delivery. Irish retailers need to be able to offer seamless, free returns to attract and keep customers returning to their ... read more
Big-box shoe retailer DSW’s stumble is a cautionary tale for other major retailers
In April, Canadian department-store giant Hudson's Bay Co. took a $116-million (Canadian) write-down related to sales weakness in the division that includes Gilt, the online flash-sale ... making as a ... read more
A Bankruptcy May Be in Forever 21’s Future, But the Chain Will Survive, Experts Say
The family-owned chain opened its first store in ... (Primark is an Irish fast-fashion retailer). Fast fashion has become a competitive business. Forever 21 faces rivals like H&M and Spanish clothing ... read more
Steve Hudson On Fort Lauderdale's Ups And Downs
While I certainly believe some will survive, each year it becomes more difficult for these smaller stores to adapt and overcome the online era. Bisnow: How are the really long-term tenants, like Maus ... read more
Equities For Alpha: Invest In The Family Business(es)
UBA owns high-quality shopping centers, typically grocery anchored ... The fourth generation were early adopters of the Internet, taking Nordstrom online in 1998. Unfortunately, Blake Nordstrom, who ... read more
FTSE 100 ends in the red as retailers pull back, but scores weekly gain
U.K. stocks ended lower for a second straight session Friday, with retail stocks in the red, but London’s blue-chip benchmark still notched a win for the week. How markets are faring ... Irish ... read more
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Attacks see shoppers stay away from the high street
The statistics, produced by Springboard, showed Northern Ireland to be faring ... increased online browsing and buying and use of services like click and collect has undoubtedly filtered through to ... read more
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