More than a decade since the rise of the internet in the 1990s, e-commerce has officially become the bogeyman for the traditional retail industry. Executives are hard at work incorporating internet retailing platforms within their firms' existing structures under pressure from shareholders, though some are finding the task far from simple. Property owners are consumed with managing the fallout from the bankruptcies of major retailers and the trend toward smaller physic
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