Retailers are filing for bankruptcy at record-high rates.
Retailers are filing for bankruptcy at record-high rates as Americans' changing shopping habits, along with years of overly aggressive store growth, continue to shake up the industry.
Just four months into the start of 2018, 11 US retailers have already filed for bankruptcy or announced liquidations.
Here's the retail carnage so far this year:
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