Complete List of Retail Stores Closing in 2020

See all of the retailers that are permanently closing the most stores in 2020, starting with the biggest announcements.

Updated 11/4/2020

Tracking Total Retail Closures Since 2008

2008 - 2020 Retail Bankruptcy and Store Closure List

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COMPANY STORES CLOSED LAST REPORTED BANKRUPTCY Details
Zara USA, Inc 1200 6/20/2020 No

Zara is one of the biggest international fashion companies, and it belongs to Inditex, one of the world’s largest distribution groups. The customer is at the heart of our unique business model, which includes design, production, distribution, and sales, through our extensive retail network.

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Zales Jewelers 100 12/29/2008 No

Piercing Pagoda has grown from a single retail location to roughly 780 kiosks today. As the nation's largest specialty kiosk retailer, Piercing Pagoda has a history of serving and satisfying jewelry customers with its extensive selection of popularly priced 10K and 14K gold chains, charms, bracelet...   Read more

12/29/2008
100 stores closed
Z Gallerie 44 1/5/2019 Yes

Headquartered in Los Angeles, Z Gallerie is the style authority for the chic home. Since 1979, we have inspired interior designers and stylish influencers with cutting edge design and sophisticated, accessible furnishings. Each season, we offer the latest ideas in furniture, art, home decor and ent...   Read more

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Yankee One Dollar Stores 25 12/12/2014 No
Xpect Grocery Store 3 6/25/2015 No
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6/25/2015
3 stores closed
Wolverine Worldwide 80 12/12/2014 No
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- Bankruptcy data
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