The beloved family-owned company is selling about half its locations to bigger chains, reducing its longtime Southern presence.
Industry analysts say these big shopping destinations will need to beef up their staffs, surveillance and coordination with local police.
The retailer, already heavily in debt, is scrambling for more cash and may borrow against its real estate.
The decidedly suburban mall clothing chain needs a bar in Brooklyn's Williamsburg neighborhood more than the locals need it, however.
The decade-old fall drink is popular enough to offend vegan followers of the typically lactose-laden beverage.
The company's CEO says superstitious brides dragged down the clothing chain's numbers. Last quarter's earnings report suggests otherwise.
Employees at New York's Herald Square flagship store get raises of $1 to $2 an hour, but they still face erratic schedules.
In an effort to get you re-engaged with their loyalty programs, some retailers are upping the reward ante with tiered options. So, spend more, save more?
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