http://fortune.com/2017/01/04/macys-holiday-season-closings/ "Macy's on Wednesday said would close 63 stores this spring and eliminate 10,000 jobs as the struggling department store chain continued to grapple with weak sales during the holiday season." "Of the 10,000 jobs being cut, 3,900 will be at stores being closed this year as part of a plan announced in August when Macy's announced it would close 100 of its 730 namesake stores in the coming years. (Macy's Inc also operates the upscale Bloomingdale's chain.) Another 6,200 job cuts will come from streamlining operations and cutting costs so it can focus more on its digital business." This is certainly a bad New Year's gift for those employees, but Main Street retail has been losing to online retail for a while now. Notably 10,000 is a lot of jobs. 12.5x more than Trump/Pence saved with Carrier. Also notably the majority of those jobs are not retail-sales jobs, but rather high-quality office work jobs. Comparing to Carrier, the government should give Macy's $90million to "save" these jobs, right? What say you? Let the old die a natural death, or give them a bail out to save the jerbs?