Miriam Gottfried

Wall Street Journal

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Reporter for the Wall Street Journal’s “Heard on the Street” column

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Many big name stores are on the brink of bankruptcy, including Sears, J. Crew and Payless. They’re losing the fight against online shopping, yet they keep their doors open.

How dying retail stores stay alive

Many big name stores are on the brink of bankruptcy, including Sears, J. Crew and Payless. They’re losing the fight against online shopping, yet they keep their doors open.

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