It’s a volatile time for big business – especially for those in the retail space. As shopping habits change through the progression of the internet’s devastating effect on physical retail, many companies that we once saw as titans in their sectors are slowly fading from relevance.
Once mainstays of international retailers such as Toys R Us, Blockbuster and Kodak are now either completely defunct or on the verge, whilst with the swift decline in Apple’s iPhone sales, who knows who may be the next to face the threat of insolvency?
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