Target’s plans for a second store in Oceanside (shown here) and 22nd in San Diego County show that not all retailers are in brick-and-mortar pullback mode.Rendering courtesy of Target Corp.

Target’s plans for a second store in Oceanside (shown here) and 22nd in San Diego County show that not all retailers are in brick-and-mortar pullback mode.Rendering courtesy of Target Corp.

— The brick-and-mortar retail industry’s post-holiday shoe-dropping — in the form of announced store and restaurant closings — is well underway so far in 2017...

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