Pedestrians walk through scaffolding past a Macy's Inc. store in New York. Last week, Macy's Inc., the largest U.S. department-store company, announced plans to shut down 100 stores out of its portfolio of 728 locations to focus on better-performing shops.
Pedestrians walk through scaffolding past a Macy's Inc. store in New York. Last week, Macy's Inc., the largest U.S. department-store company, announced plans to shut down 100 stores out of its portfolio of 728 locations to focus on better-performing shops. John Taggart Bloomberg
Pedestrians walk through scaffolding past a Macy's Inc. store in New York. Last week, Macy's Inc., the largest U.S. department-store company, announced plans to shut down 100 stores out of its portfolio of 728 locations to focus on better-performing shops. John Taggart Bloomberg

Store closings affect shopping habits

August 16, 2016 1:00 PM