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Pier 1 Closing 450 Stores As Retail Apocalypse Drags Into New Decade

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Pier 1 Closing 450 Stores As Retail Apocalypse Drags Into New Decade

Pier 1 Closing 450 Stores As Retail Apocalypse Drags Into New Decade

Pier 1 Imports is closing nearly half its 942 stores, adding to a staggering rate of store closures that rocked the retail industry over the past couple of years.

Katie Johnston reports.

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