Even before the recession of 2008, there were signs that the retail sector was in trouble. Many brands at the time didn't view online as a threat, and when they began to feel the effects in the 2010s, it was too late for many. Leveraged buyouts by private equity of the likes of J.Crew and... (Date:02/10/2020 02:08) Read full article >>

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