The bankrupt retailer’s business partners promise “significant discounts.”
When the largest family footwear retailer in the U.S. files for bankruptcy, implications are to be expected.
The company’s total debt lands between $1 billion and $10 billion.
After months of speculation, the retailer has pulled the trigger.
The discount retailer says the strategy, which includes closing up to 500 stores, is based on consumer feedback.
Will China soon yield its top spot as the mecca for footwear production and sourcing?
A Texas couple believes the lithium ion batteries inside their son’s Payless sneakers may be responsible for their SUV fire.
Two days after losing to the Cincinnati Bengals, the San Diego Chargers went on a shoe-shopping spree — for children in need, that is.
Jeff Bowden, marketing community director for DTLR, said he has no reservations about reopening in Baltimore.