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Furniture retailer L. Fish closing after nearly 70 years in Indianapolis
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Fry’s Electronics closes all stores, including Fishers location
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The company on Wednesday disclosed about 40 of the 60 stores that will cease operations. Among them is a store in Indianapolis.
Indiana has two Disney Store locations—one in Indianapolis at Castleton Square Mall and one in Merrillville.
Owners of the 64-year old business—which was founded as a discount jewelry store in 1957 by Robert and Rose Pallman—cited several reasons for the decision.
Godiva said the pandemic caused customer traffic to decline at its brick-and-mortar stores, though it will continue to sell its products both online and through third-party retail stores.
The publicly traded chain said in a statement that it expects to close “a significant portion, if not all” of its 449 physical stores. The retailer has three stores in the Indianapolis area.
The struggling national fashion retailer—an original tenant in the downtown mall—has four other stores in the Indianapolis area.
Kroger said the store, which has nearly 40 employees, hasn’t operated profitably for several years and that a turnaround wasn’t realistic.
Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. on Tuesday revealed the first 63 closures of the 200 that are planned nationwide over the next two years. The stores on the initial list will close by end of this year.
At least three Victoria’s Secret stores at some of the area’s largest shopping malls have closed permanently as part of the parent firm’s plan to eliminate 251 stores in North America this year.
The struggling Canada-based retail chain is closing all 42 of its stores in the United States as it restructures its finances.
Kitchen goods retailer Sur La Table says it has reached a “stalking horse” agreement with New York-based Fortress Investment Group for a possible sale.
In all, the department store chain—which filed for bankruptcy protection last month—is closing nine locations in Indiana.
The Dallas-based discount retail chain filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection May 27, citing financial strains caused by COVID-19-related store closures.
The 61-year-old retailer operates in nine states under various brands. Stores in Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri and Ohio are expected to close.
Macy’s said Tuesday it is closing 125 of its least productive stores and cutting 2,000 corporate jobs as the struggling department store tries to reinvent itself in the age of online shopping. The store closures represent about one-fifth of Macy’s current total. They include about 30 that are in the process of closing and account […]
Express, a national retailer with four Indianapolis-area mall stores, plans to close about 100 stores as part of a restructuring plan.