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Struggling Retailers Owe $52 Billion In Overdue Rent Payments

By Tyler Durden The virus pandemic – with its temporary and permanent store closures, strict social distancing requirements, e-commerce boom, and supply chain disruption – since March has fueled uncertainty among US retailers as many find themselves in a $52 billion hole. Bloomberg, citing new data via CoStar Group Inc., outlines how restaurants, gyms, and…

Struggling Retailers Owe $52 Billion In Overdue Rents 

The virus pandemic – with its temporary and permanent store closures, strict social distancing requirements, e-commerce boom, and supply chain disruption – since March has fueled uncertainty among US retailers as many find themselves in a $52 billion hole. Bloomberg, citing new data via CoStar Group Inc., outlines how restaurants, gyms, and other businesses have…

Mile-High Weddings For $28k As Struggling Aviation Industry Searches For New Cash Flows

Global tourism might not recover until 2025 from the virus-induced downturn. Still, already, players in the travel and tourism industries, more specifically, aviation, are reinventing or adding new business segments to drive new cash flows amid the rout in travel.  Take, for example, Air Charter Service, a global aircraft charter broker, is offering the “Ultimate…

Struggling Music Venues Find A Savior

Submitted by Market Crumbs, The music industry has been one of the hardest hit since the outbreak of Covid-19 earlier this year. A survey of 2,000 independent concert venue owners across all 50 states in the U.S. conducted by the National Independent Venue Association found that 90% expect to close for good within a few…