Nordstrom took dramatic steps this year to maintain liquidity during the health and economic crises.
The retailer told a bankruptcy court that it plans to fully reopen by early August, and is negotiating rent relief from landlords.
The New York soap and body care company said its business has been “devastated” by the economic shutdown caused by the pandemic.
Philippe Houzé, chairman of the board at Galeries Lafayette Group, said it would close loss-making stores in the wake of COVID-19.
Neiman’s has yet to reopen its doors for shopping inside the stores in states where it’s allowed.
The asset transfer of the online shopping retailer, what some creditors have called Neiman’s “crown jewel,” looms over the proceedings.
“Our group has become an essential actor for food — a public service,” said ceo Alexandre Bompard.
Nail salons are still excluded, but L.A. is moving fast toward reopening of hair salons, barbershops, even restaurants amid the coronavirus.
Target was among the area businesses in the Twin Cities that looters broke into.
Most winners did not get their moment in the spotlight as there were no acceptance speeches, with the exception of Esquire’s David Granger, who was inducted into the hall of fame.
Magazine publishers are pushing back the newsstand release date of the most important issue of the year to September instead of August due to the coronavirus.
The department store will offer discounts of up to 50 percent.
Consumers new to online shopping are helping to drive sales.
The LVMH executive also predicted the demise of cruise super-productions in exotic locales.
Maloney’s initiatives are also designed to help support domestic manufacturing.
The designer outlet operator said more than 90 percent of stores are trading once again.