Discuss: Bonton Failed, Macy’s Didn’t. Why?

In The Daily Scoop by Lauren Parker, Accessories Magazine

Many factors played into the demise of Bon-Ton Stores, but its turning point may have been in 2005, when it acquired Saks’ Northern Department Store Group. But Macy’s made its own risky move that year when it bought May Department Stores, cementing itself as the nation’s largest traditional department store chain.  What caused their paths to diverge since the mergers? Industry experts weigh in.

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