Is Seattle TOO PROGRESSIVE for Target? The Business Decision Explained

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Seattle, the poster child for progressive policies, is finding out the hard way that businesses, at the end of the day, answer to bottom lines and not social ideals. Target announced the closure of nine stores across the United States, and lo and behold, two of them are in Seattle. Contrary to the bewildering narrative that these closures can’t be attributed to criminal activity, let’s state the obvious: Target is in the business of making money. If there’s a hefty liability issue, involving rampant shoplifting or physical altercations with unhinged individuals, keeping the doors open becomes more of a risk than a reward. So while some Seattle locals ponder if crime could “really” be the issue, the city continues to foster environments that scare off not only consumers but the businesses themselves.

Yet the story doesn’t end in Seattle; this is an unfolding national narrative. Take the closures in San Francisco, Portland, and even Harlem as examples. These areas are also known for their, let’s say, liberal perspectives on law and order. When businesses such as Target and even Chicago’s famed Signature Room restaurant start pulling down the shutters, it becomes hard to keep denying the glaring issue. For the corporate world, the liability and risk in these areas have simply become too great. Perhaps, it’s time to reconsider if allowing lawlessness as a lifestyle is truly the path forward.

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00:00 – Intro: Discussing Target Store Closures in the U.S.
01:12 – How Profitability Influences Target’s Decisions
03:58 – Exploring Local Issues in Seattle’s Union District
07:13 – Public Policy and Its Impact on Seattle’s Safety
09:34 – The Role of Security and Increased Expenses in Store Closures
10:28 – Police Reports and Emergency Calls: A Comparative Analysis
12:04 – Does Store Size Matter? Ballard vs. Northgate
13:27 – Citing Other Cities: Closure of Chicago’s Signature Room
16:25 – Public Perception vs Corporate Reality in Seattle
17:34 – Zoning Changes and New Developments in Seattle’s U District

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