A list of the most famous departments stores in each country is being unveiled today.
The Forbes Magazine list, which was compiled by the magazine, is comprised of stores that have sold more than $1 billion in merchandise in each year from 1950 to 2020.
The list is based on sales of goods and services from retail, department stores and wholesale, and includes more than 8,000 retail stores, restaurants, hotels, art galleries and museums.
For more information on Forbes’ list, click here.
The list of some of the top 10 most famous and valuable department stores comes in at #9.
The magazine has said the list will be updated as the market evolves.
A total of 14 countries were represented in the list, including the U.S., China, Australia, Japan, Canada, India, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, South Africa and the United Kingdom.
The top-ranked department stores include the Macy’s department store in New York City and the J. Crew department store chain in New Orleans.
The Forbes list was created to recognize a number of notable retail and department store chains.
One of the largest of the list is the Gap, which operates 4.4 million stores in 44 countries and more than 10 million employees.
In 2018, Gap opened its largest store in the U-M campus in Gainesville, Florida.
It is located at the University of Florida, a large campus in the city of Gainesville.
The top-rated department store is the National Grocers Association (NGA) store in Detroit, Michigan, which opened in 2008.
The NGA is an association of more than 20 national and local grocery retailers.
The organization is recognized for its quality and commitment to offering its customers the best possible shopping experience.
The chain’s top-selling merchandise is used clothes, as well as cosmetics and accessories.
The second-most popular department store was the New York Times chain, which has more than 2,300 stores in 34 countries.
The New York paper, based in New Jersey, is owned by the News Corp. group of companies.
The Times also has a retail store in Toronto, Ontario, that opened in 2015.
The newspaper is owned and operated by the New Jersey Advance Media Group, which owns The Associated Press, The Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker and other news organizations.
The third-most famous department store on the list was the JCPenney chain, with more than 1,500 stores in 14 countries.
JCP has more stores than any other department store operator.
The store was founded in 1926 and is owned jointly by JCP and Macy’s.
J.C. Penney is a chain of discount clothing stores that opened its first store in 1949 in the mall in Newburgh, New York.
The fourth-most important department store has been The Gap, with over 1,400 stores in 39 countries.
In terms of sales, the chain is the second-largest U. S. department store group behind the Gap.
The Gap also operates an outlet store in Shanghai, China.
The outlet store is a joint venture between the Chinese company and The Gap.
The fifth-most influential department store opened in the United States in 1958, when The Gap opened in New Hampshire.
The Macy’s chain, founded in 1924, was founded by two brothers, Joe and Roy, who had previously worked as a paper salesman.
The brothers expanded their business and eventually acquired the New Brunswick-based chain of department stores.
Today, the company has stores in more than 40 countries.
The sixth-most significant department store opens in the Philippines in 1971.
The L.L. Bean chain opened its second location in Manila, the capital city of the Philippines.
The brand is based in the country and has more locations than any major American company.
The company has operations in more and more countries.
A list of other notable retailers, including Target, Wal-Mart, Costco and Home Depot, are also on the Forbes list.
Forbes also said that its list of best-selling department store brands will continue to be updated every two years.
A complete list of every major retailer on the Fortune 500 is available here.