Sorry to confirm that local newsies can be pretty callous about local issues and don't seem to have much sympathy for an iconic local entertainment district.
Apparently . . . One of the elite local newsies working at "public radio" isn't afraid to tell us that she doens't GAF about so many jobs that are easily accessible by public transit which have now been lost as the Plaza quickly fades.
Take a look . . .
To be fair . . . Everyone else is blaming the Internets or COVID for the demise of the American retail whilst continuing to overlook social justice riots specifically targeting this locale.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com links from both sides . . .
CNN - New York CNNBusiness - Bed Bath & Beyond signaled turbulence in the months ahead. It's already seeing a sales slump at its stores as shoppers struggle to find what they need there, and it anticipates that customers will continue to pull back their spending. The home goods chain on Wednesday said ...
With Westfield Malls' European owner announcing it's looking to unload its portfolio of American malls by next year, the outlook seems grim for U.S. shopping malls amid the e-commerce boom. However, consumer and retail expert Natalie Kotlyar, managing partner at BDO USA, believes malls still have life left in them.
WASHINGTON, April 14 (Reuters) - U.S. retail sales increased solidly in March, boosted by record- high gasoline prices, but consumers are starting to feel the pinch of high inflation, with online spending posting back-to-back declines for the first time in more than a year.
You decide . . .