Microsoft’s announcement closing all of its stores isn’t bad news—it’s about how retail is changing.
The competition for retail eyewear stores will likely eventually include companies with virtually unlimited resources and the most advanced technology in the world.
Brooks Brothers is exploring a sale and closing some factories. But its reality may be much more gloomy than that.
Hertz, which rents cars and recently filed bankruptcy, may be a cautionary tale for Rent The Runway, which rents dresses.
Subscription retailers have been selling to early adopters for years. The shutdown has brought them out into the mainstream and will accelerate subscription growth when the world reopens.
Shopping malls are going to reopen soon and how they do it will impact what other retailers do.
The shutdown has accelerated the race to adapt to online ordering in the grocery industry and Walmart keeps winning.