When I started this thread in 2020, these other stores were still open:
Major Retailers that Closed in 2021 (Or Are Closing Lots ...https://www.offers.com/blog/post/store-closings
going out of business?
GameStop is not going out of business. In September 2020, the video game retailer announced it would be permanently closing 400 to 450 stores globally during this fiscal year.
That is over 100 more stores than when the company announced in March 2020 that they would be permanently closing over 300 locations. The company closed a similar number of stores in 2019. Even after these projected store closing, the chain operates over 5,000 stores worldwide
Is Starbucks going out of business?
Starbucks is not going out of business. The coffee retailer did temporarily close its locations in response to the pandemic but has since reopened many locations for to-go only service. In June 2020, Starbucks announced that it would be permanently closing 400 of its company-operated locations in the U.S. and Canada. In January 2021, the company annoucned they would be closing an additional 300 Canadian locations by the end of March.
The company, which operates over 24,000 stores worldwide, announced plans to open 300 to-go style locations through the end of 2021.
Feb 12, 2021 ·
With a focus on online sales, all of the more the than 800 Justice locations will be permanently closed by early 2021. Ascena’s other brands in Canada, Puerto Rico and Mexico would be permanently closing an additional 7 stores. Also, its Catherines brand, consisting of 264 stores, has been sold to plus size retailer FullBeauty.
Ascena Retail Group
Lord & Taylor
New York & Co.
24 Hour Fitness is not going out of business. As a result of temporary closures due to the coronavirus pandemic, the fitness gym chain filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in June 2020. The company has already secured funding to remain open but will be permanently closing 100
of its over 400 locations nationwide.https://fortune.com/2021/01/07/record-store-closings-bankruptcy-2020/
A record 12,200 U.S. stores closed in 2020 as e-commerce, pandemic changed retail forever