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The New York Times reports that over the past decade, the department store industry has been in a steady decline as retail sales have declined.
The NYT reported that sales have fallen by about 6.5 percent in New York in the last 10 years.
The decline in sales is due in part to a decline in spending, which has decreased the amount of disposable income a household can expect.
But the industry has also experienced a spike in demand for its products.
According to the NYT, demand for department stores has been on a rise in the past few years as the consumer is increasingly turning to new ways of spending.
The department stores that have made the biggest strides are Target, Kohl’s, Walgreens, and Macy’s.
But as the demand for those products increases, so will the costs of keeping them running.
According the Times, the cost of running a department store has increased about 30 percent annually since the 1990s.
The Times said that the increase in the cost for running department stores is partly due to the government spending cuts that occurred during the financial crisis, as well as to the increasing number of consumers who have difficulty paying the higher costs associated with running a business.