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REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer French President Emmanuel Macron and wife Brigitte leave home before voting in the first of two rounds of parliamentary elections in Le Touquet, France, June 11, 2017. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer French President Emmanuel Macron shakes hands as he arrives in Le Touquet, on the eve of the first round of the parliamentary election, France June 10, 2017. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer French President Emmanuel Macron shakes hands as he arrives in Le Touquet, on the eve of the first round of the parliamentary election, France June 10, 2017. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte Trogneux (C) leave their home on bicycles in Le Touquet, France, on the eve of the first round of the parliamentary election, June 10, 2017. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer French President Emmanuel Macron arrives at his home on bicycle in Le Touquet, on the eve of the first round of the parliamentary election, France June 10, 2017. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer French President Emmanuel Macron's wife Brigitte Trogneux leaves her home on bicycle in Le Touquet, France, on the eve of the first round of the parliamentary election, June 10, 2017. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer PARIS French voters cast their ballots on Sunday in the first round of a parliamentary election expected to give centrist President Emmanuel Macron the strong majority needed to carry out the far-reaching economic and social reforms he promises. The vote to elect the lower house's 577 members comes a month after Macron, a 39-year-old former banker with little political experience, defied the odds to win the presidency of the euro zone's second-largest economy. If, as polls project, Macron and his fledgling party win a commanding majority in next week's second round, it will be another blow for the mainstream parties on the right and left which failed to get a candidate into the presidential run-off. "We want a big majority to be able to act and transform France over the next five years," Mounir Mahjoubi, a tech entrepreneur running under Macron's Republic On The Move (LREM) banner told Reuters as he canvassed support in his northern Paris constituency ahead of the vote. Opinion polls forecast LREM and its center-right Modem allies will win at least 30 percent of votes on Sunday.
“As customers shift online, we are taking an aggressive action to right-size our retail footprint,” she said in an email. “We are committed to providing great service and every product businesses need, whether it’s in-store, online or through mobile.” She said Staples’ customers in Cleburne will still have Granbury and Mansfield stores to go to, as well as online shopping available. Teen clothing retailer Rue21, which has a location at Nolan River Mall, recently announced it is closing about 400 stores, among which is its store in Cleburne, according to a release from the retailer. Although the closure of so many stores nationwide is part of a restructuring deal the retailer is engaging in to reduce debt, a Tweet earlier this month by Rue21 seems to emphasize a shift toward online sales, “It’s true — we are closing some stores. It was a difficult but necessary decision. We still have hundreds of locations across the country, and our website rue21.com , open for business.” While retail businesses are used to ups and downs, according to S&P Global Ratings, the current environment is different from recent declines and the business analysis group is certain retail will continue to decline, and more stores will close nationwide or file for bankruptcy. But, not all retail is in trouble, Easdon said. Besides heading online, consumers also are shopping for “something different, things you don’t find just anywhere,” he said. While loss of any business hurts local economies, Easdon said Cleburne still has great growth potential, especially now that The Depot — the home of the Cleburne Railroaders and FC Cleburne — has opened. Not only does the city benefit from games and events like concerts at the stadium, it is trying to lure shops and restaurants and other businesses to build around the stadium, he said. The city is also hoping to draw more restaurants and specialty shops to the downtown area, he said.
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