Microsoft shuts down retail chain, takes $450M charge

Found 84 days ago at Computerworld

Microsoft on Friday said it would close its chain of retail store and take a $450 million charge against earnings to account for the permanent shutterings. The stores – Microsoft had 82 worldwide, all but 10 of them located in the U.S. – have been padlocked since mid March, when the Redmond, Wash. company closed them because of the coronavirus pandemic. None had reopened before Microsoft slid...

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