By  on November 25, 2019

Years of disruption — from Amazon, slowing foot traffic, Millennials, Instagram, overburdened balance sheets and more — have some retailers hoping for a little more for Christmas this year. 

The holiday season has long been make-or-break in retail, with weaker players hoping to pick up enough momentum or sales to inject new life into their businesses in the New Year. In extreme cases, companies that have debt coming due and are losing the support of vendors face the possibility of bankruptcy if Christmas shoppers don’t come to their stores. 

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