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with contributions from Kellie Ell, Sindhu Sundar
 on October 1, 2019

Forever 21’s bankruptcy crystalizes the end of a retail age — one that was characterized by an ever-expanding brick-and-mortar presence and ever-lower prices.

The fast-fashion company limped into bankruptcy late Sunday with too many stores that were too big, not enough of an e-commerce business and an international expansion that stretched its quick-turn supply chain to the limit.

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