By  on January 14, 2020

Macy’s has restructurings in the works seen impacting a range of operations, from digital to private-label sourcing, buying and stores.

The $25 billion Macy’s Inc. is considering closing its San Francisco dot-com offices and relocating the operation to New York or Georgia, sources said Monday. Macy’s has a technology hub in John’s Creek, Ga., as well as tech offices in Lorain, Ohio and San Francisco. Relocations typically lead to headcount reductions and major cost savings. Macy’s was an early e-commerce adopter, launching in 1996.

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