"Donald Trump's not welcome here..."
The banality of brick and mortar.
The Macy's "now provides 60 beds, hot meals and showers for families and for single men and women who are having trouble finding a place to live in a city with a scarcity of affordable housing."
"The old order is over. What we are fighting over now, as the new order emerges, is whether the U.S. wants to have the most important seat at the table or not. Right now the answer is no."
"...time reveals everything."
New data from Moody's shows that retail employment remains strong - but department stores and brick and mortar continue their slow and steady death-march.
After months of waiting, disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein is expected to be charged with rape on Friday in New York City.
And, of course, this is bearing the brunt of the blame for a consumer credit problem that is out of control.