Foot Locker closes its German Runners Point chain

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Foot Locker said it “intends to consolidate our Runners Point business into our other operations in Europe,” after a year-long assessment of the this chain of running stores, which it had bought from Karstadt in 2003, and the competitive landscape in Europe. The company subsequently indicated that about 35 of ...

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