August 29, 2017 / 2:23 AM / a year ago


    [28日 ロイター] - 米コンサルティング会社アリックスパートナーズによると、今年の小売企業
 企業名                                        破産法適用申請日        Assets as of bankruptcy (mln)                     Liabilities as of bankruptcy* (mln)               Period         Sector                          Reason
 Perfumania Holdings Inc                       08-26-17                $100-$500                                         $100-$500                                         2017           Perfume retailer                Declining mall traffic, popularity of online shopping and changing trends. To reduce store count and become a private company. Parlux and Five Star Fragrance businesses not part of Chapter 11 filing. (Full Story)
 True Religion                                 07-05-17                $100- $500                                        $100-$500                                         2017           Jeans retailer                  A victim of the popularity of "athleisure," or a shift towards casual sports clothing outside of the gym. Plans to exit bankruptcy in about four months (Full Story)
 Sears Canada                                  06-22-17                $1,1870                                           $1,108                                            2017           Department store                Hit by weakening of the traditional Canadian retail industry, high costs due to large number of stores and decline of the catalog business (Full Story)
 Gymboree                                      06-11-17                $755.50                                           $1,370                                            2017           Children's apparel              Global expansion under owner Bain Capital failed to achieve anticipated levels of growth. Also hurt by declining mall traffic and consumers shift to online shopping (Full Story)
 Rue 21                                        05-15-17                $1000-$10,000                                     $1000-$10,000                                     2017           Teen fashion                    High debt load combined with falling traffic due to the shift online (Full Story)
 Payless ShoeSource                            04-04-17                $500-$1000                                        $1000 to $10,000                                  2017           Discount footwear               Knocked down by declining mall traffic and rapidly changing customer preferences
 General Wireless Operations Inc (RadioShack)  03-08-17                $100- $500                                        $100- $500                                        2017           Electronics                     Filed for second bankruptcy in a little over two years due to rise of mobile phones, competition from big-box stores and Amazon, and a failed co-branding partnership with Sprint Corp S.N (Full Story)
 Wet Seal                                      02-02-17                $10-$50                                           $50-$100                                          2015 and 2017  Teen apparel                    Losing market share to fast-fashion brands and Amazon
 American Apparel                              11-14-16                $100- $500                                        $100- $500                                        2016           Teen apparel                    Filed for Chapter 11 in 2016, its second in just over a year, due to struggles with years of losses, exacerbated by costly manufacturing plant in Los Angeles and legal battle with founder Dov Charney, who was ousted in 2014.
 Pacific Sunwear of California                 04-07-16                $50-$100                                          $100-$500                                         2016           Teen apparel                    Intense competition from fast-fashion retailers and online rivals took a toll
 Aeropostale Inc                               05-04-16                $100- $500                                        $100-$500                                         2016           Teen apparel                    Another victim of falling traffic at malls as well as intense competition from H&M and Zara. Plans to liquidate
 Sport Chalet                                  04-18-16                $0 - $50                                          $100 - $500                                       2016           Sporting goods                  Shifting preferences and its failure to respond to latest trends, as well as demise of larger rival Sports Authority
 Sports Authority                              03-02-16                $1,300                                            $1,100                                            2016           Sporting goods                  Blamed the rise of online shopping, outdated information systems, churn at the top and a history of mergers
 Quiksilver (U.S. business)                    09-09-15                >$100                                             >$500                                             2015           Apparel                         Lost customers to fast-fashion retailers like H&M
 hhgregg Inc                                   03-06-2017              hhgregg Inc - >$0.05Gregg Appliances - $100-$500  hhgregg Inc- >$0.05                               2017           Consumer Electronics            Blamed declining electronic product prices and competition from Amazon and Best Buy. The company said it would shut 132 stores in April after it failed to find a buyer for them.
                                                                                                                         Gregg Appliances - $100-$500                                                           
 General Atlantic Pacific & Tea                07-20-15                >$1000                                            >$1000                                            2015           Grocery                         Filed for bankruptcy for the second time in five years after being squeezed by Walmart Stores Inc WMT.N and Kroger KR.N at the low end and Whole Foods Market Inc WFM.O at the top end.
 Cache Inc                                     02-04-15                $10-$50                                           $50-$100                                          2015           Apparel retailer                Blamed the growth of online shopping and rapidly changing consumer tastes.
 Deb Shop                                      12-04-14                $90.50                                            $120.10                                           2014           Teen and young women's fashion  Company filed for bankruptcy protection for the second time in less than four years due to lack of capital as well as weak demand for teen
 Coldwater Creek                               04-11-14                $278.50                                           $361.30                                           2014           Women's clothing                Declining liquidity position and challenging retail environment, with consumers holding back spending
 Delia's Inc                                   12-07-14                $74                                               $32.20                                            2014           Teen apparel                    Lost customers to fast-fashion retailers like H&M
 Borders                                       02-16-11                $1,290                                            $1,280                                            2011           Bookstore                       Years of falling sales due to intense competition and a crushing debt load
 Blockbuster                                   09-23-10                $1,020                                            $1,460                                            2010           Video Rental                    The video rental chain filed for bankruptcy after years of struggling to compete with online and mail-order movie services such as Netflix Inc NFLX.O and Redbox
 Movie Gallery                                 02-03-10                -                                                 $540                                              2010           Video Rental                    Falling sales and mounting losses after years of struggling to compete with online and mail-order movie services led to the Hollywood video rental chain's second bankruptcy in three years
 Circuit City                                  11-10-08                $3,400                                            $2,320                                            2008           Consumer Electronics            Once the top U.S. electronics retailer, the company filed for bankruptcy after failing to find a buyer. The inability to respond quickly to competition from and other online retailers ultimately led to its demise
 Linens 'N Things                              05-02-08                $1,740                                            $1,420                                            2008           Household Goods                 Saddled with debt after being acquired by Apollo Global Management in 2006, coupled with the U.S. housing bust and global credit crisis, forced the home goods chain to file for bankruptcy
 Friedman's Inc                                04-04-08                $440                                              -                                                 2008           Jewelry chain                   The recession hit mid-tier jewelers hard as shoppers reined in spending on discretionary items such as diamonds.


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