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 them into the really dead category. Four outlets – one of the New York City stores, those in London...

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