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Target Store Closings Show Limits of Pledge to Black Communities

BALTIMORE — When Target announced that it was opening a store in Mondawmin, a predominantly Black neighborhood in this city struggling with crime and poverty,…

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Can the Pandemic Rescue Britain’s Shopping Areas? This Town Hopes So.

POOLE, England — Hope Dean is loyal to Poole, her hometown in southwest Britain, but she acknowledges that its shopping district has often been a…

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What to Know About the Colorado Grocery Store Shooting

Ten people, including a police officer, were killed when a gunman opened fire at a grocery store in Boulder, Colo., on Monday afternoon, the authorities…

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Ministry of Supply Sold Office Apparel. It Has Had to Rethink Things.

Within weeks, the world changed, though the extent of the shift would not become clear for months. Mr. Advani recalled a sign posted in the…

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Empty Office Buildings Squeeze City Budgets as Property Values Fall

WASHINGTON — At a meeting with Treasury Secretary Janet L. Yellen last month, Jeff Williams, the mayor of Arlington, Texas, laid out his grim economic…

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How the Pandemic Left the $25 Billion Hudson Yards Eerily Deserted

When Hudson Yards opened in 2019 as the largest private development in American history, it aspired to transform Manhattan’s Far West Side with a sleek…

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Retailing’s Tumultuous Year Began Before the Pandemic

The retail industry was in the midst of a transformation before 2020. But the onset of the pandemic accelerated that change, fundamentally reordering how and…

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These ‘Little Land Mines’ Could Prevent a Summertime Boom

ImageKevin Boehm, center, is a co-founder of a restaurant group in Chicago where sales are down 90 percent from normal levels.Credit…Lucy Hewett for The New…

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