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Sur La Table

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High-end kitchenware chain Sur La Table filed for bankruptcy in July after temporarily closing its stores last March due to COVID-19. Though the Seattle-based luxury kitchen retailer already closed over 50 stores, the privately-held brand said that it would continue the operations of its successful stores, its e-commerce business, as well as its in-person and online cooking classes. According to Business Insider, Sur La Table also plans to sell 70 stores to California-based Fortress Investment, which Sur La Table CEO Jason Goldberger believes will “result in a revitalized Sur La Table, positioned to thrive in a post-COVID-19 retail environment.”

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