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The company says some of its lenders have agreed to make available up to $385 million to keep the stores running. This is a difficult, but necessary, decision driven by the continued challenges of the retail environment, which will only intensify, said Payless CEO Paul Jones in a statement. Shoppers are increasingly รองเท้าส้นสูง เกาหลี ราคาถูก shifting their buying online or going to discount stores like T.J. Maxx to grab deals on designer brands. That shift has hurt traditional retailers, even low-price outlets like Payless. In fact, Moodys Investor Service said earlier this year that the number of distressed retailers those with cash problems and lots of debt that are facing strong competition is at the highest rate since 2009. It named Payless as one of the retailers. Several retailers have closed stores or gone out of business in 2017. The Limited closed all 250 of its remaining stores early this year. It had operated nearly 400 stores at the end of 2000. Teen retailer Wet Seal in January said it would close its 171 stores.

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Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Amazon Studios head Roy Price said reality TV is one of the company's priorities, particularly in international markets. One of Amazon's most successful shows in Japan is local version of The Bachelor, a reality show in which women compete for the affections of an eligible single guy. The economics, and more recently, the politics, of television drama could also work in reality TV's favor. The boom in drama series has driven up production costs as studios bid for the

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