More Retail Stores Closing Doors in 2010

More Retail Stores Closing Doors in 2010

Evansville : IN : USA | Jul 06, 2010 at 9:55 AM PDT
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1. ESPN Zone: announced on June 16, 2010. Restaurants across the U.S. Leaving approximately 1,000 workers jobless.

2. Movado: announced May 28,2010. Swiss watchmaker and jeweler closing all 27 stores in the U.S.

3. Dollar Store: announced May 8, 2010. 37 stores in Oregon and Washington.

4. Kenneth Cole: announced May 5, 2010. Expects to close 5-10 stores by the end of the year.

5. Movie Gallery/Hollywood Video/ Game Crazy: announced April 30, 2010. The company announced that all stores would begin the liquidation process in May.

6. Hibbett Sports: announced March 15, 2010. The company is opening 30 new stores, expanding 20 high performing stores, and closing 10-15 stores that aren't performing well.

7. Ann Taylor: announced March 12, 2010. Plan to close 72 stores in 2010, making the total number of Ann Taylor and LOFT stores that have closed in three years 174.

8. Blockbuster: announced February 24, 2010. Expect to close 500-545 underperforming stores in 2010.

9. Jo-Ann: announced March 10, 2010. Plans to open 30 new stores and close 30 stores in 2011.

10. Disney Store: February 8, 2010. In the process of closing 24 U.S. stores and 3 Canadian stores, they plan to update and keep with the Magic Kingom theme park vibe.

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