A 2019 McKinsey study on women in the workplace revealed that only 1 in 5 C-suite executives is a woman, and just 1 in 25 is a woman of color.
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For decades, the nation’s leading mall companies ruled the choppy seas of retail in Atlanta.
Ecommerce had its biggest year ever in 2020, with online spending representing nearly a quarter of total retail sales—a 44% jump from the year before.
With the era of “more is more” behind us, retailers, developers, and CRE executives are facing profound questions around shrinking in order to grow or sustain.
“The price of privilege is the moral duty to act when one sees another person treated unfairly. And the least that a person in the dominant caste can do is not make the pain any worse.”
From a consumer perspective, American grocery stores have remained largely unchanged for decades. Each one follows the same general format and most shoppers know what to expect, even if they enter a completely new store.
The COVID-19 pandemic has either altered or sped up the course of the restaurant industry forever. It’s no secret that the pandemic hit full-service restaurants the hardest, with the majority struggling to adapt to extended periods of dining room closure, enhanced safety precautions, and new staffing struggles. In order to overcome these troubles, restaurants who managed to stay open were forced to pivot to delivery- and takeout-only for the first time
Over the past few years, you may have read that America’s malls are dying.
Contributing editor Anna Robaton spoke with thought leaders from different corners of the industry, and all agreed on at least one issue: There are no perfect historical parallels for the COVID-19-induced downturn.
For the past century, businesses and corporations around the world have often engaged in the kind of profit-seeking motives that require an excuse.