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All G.H. Bass, Wilsons Leather stores to be liquidated in company restructuring

G-III Apparel Group Ltd. is restructuring its retail operations segment and reducing its store portfolio to focus on its wholesale business.  

Amazon in $10 million donation to groups supporting justice and equality

Amazon said it will donate $10 million to 11 organizations “working to bring about social justice and improve the lives of Black and African Americans.”

Adam Ifshin

Landlord: 80% to 90% of non-rent-payers are national chains

There are three types of bad actors among retail center tenants not paying rent, said DLC Management Corp. CEO Adam Ifshin.


The Michaels Cos. swung to a first-quarter loss and missed bottom and top-line expectations as its stores went dark shuttered temporarily during COVID-19 pandemic.

With the majority of its stores reopened, James Avery is expanding its portfolio.

Tuesday Morning Corp. is partnering with B. Riley Financial to help support the retailer’s reorganization through bankruptcy.

The biggest mall owner in the U.S. is suing one of its most important in-line tenants. 

After a disappointing April, Costco Wholesale Corp. returned to form sales-wise in May.

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