Data Dive, The Bad, The Worse And The Ugly Edition: Store Closures, Coronavirus And Bitcoin

There was lots to watch in the world of payments and commerce last week, with red flags flown in physical retail, international commerce and crypto. Physical Retail Stumbles Into 2020 The year got off to something of a rocky start for physical retailers, as the recent spike in store closures carried on and even picked up strength. Among retailers shuttering large numbers of locations are Macy’s, JCPenney, Papyrus, Express and Pier 1 Imports — […]

 

 

 

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