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Unlike Globe and Mail columnist Margaret Wente, I don't believe that everything could, or should, be ordered online.
"We had no idea that demand would be this high and I don't think our suppliers did either."
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There is "significant doubt" about retail chain's future as a going concern.
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We are seeing a new and powerful wave of craft brand growth in every corner of the square. We recently saw the first billion-dollar exit of a craft brand when Unilever bought Dollar Shave Club, and the lessons learned from that success are still rippling out across the retail waters. People, and big brands, have taken notice -- not just of Dollar Shave Club, but of the robust craft brands of its kind gaining ever more ground.
Stores will begin closing mid-May.
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The grocery chain is investing $1.3 billion into its retail operations.
I am looking for a light at the end of the aisle. This light is where consumer racial profiling is no longer part of the daily shopping experiences of many racialized and Indigenous consumers in Ontario. Each CRP story ends with the targeted person describing feeling left stripped of their dignity, humiliated, embarrassed, fearful and vulnerable.
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Many U.S. retailers are struggling in the age of online shopping.
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It's the first course of its kind in Canada.
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Influencers have become a major source of advocacy for brands. Sure, television, radio and print continue to be tried-and-true vehicles for promotion, but social media platforms and digital influencers mean that there really are no limits to the number of consumers a brand can reach out to.
But they're keeping some products available through online marketplaces.
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The two retailers are in preliminary talks, according to the Wall Street Journal.
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The company was losing $100,000 a day.
Is it because Canadian malls are more efficient, or because you're paying more?