Amazon is shuttering its two Amazon Style clothing stores in Columbus, Ohio, and Glendale, California after only 18 months. Instead, the company will focus on its online shopping experience. "Last
March, the online giant closed several retail chains, including its line of Amazon Books, 4-star and Pop Up stores, as part of a broader move to cut costs and rein in its physical footprint," per
"Amazon also relinquished some warehouse space and laid off about 27,000 employees."
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