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After declaring bankruptcy in early March, athletic apparel and gear chain Sports Authority will liquidate its assets, reports The Los Angeles Times.The company was originally considering a reorganization plan to keep the brand alive, but will instead auction it off, potentially in pieces.Sports Authority annual revenues hover around .7 billion, which is roughly the same as it was in 2006.After filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last month, competitors like Dick's Sporting Goods and Modell's showed interest in picking up some of Sports Authority's store locations and intellectual property.We believe that this burst of competition is starting to shake up the industry, making room for new players that are more equipped to reach today's e-commerce consumers.

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As a result, long-standing athletic brands and retailers are struggling to reach consumers who are increasingly turning to the web to make their fashionable purchases.Every subscriber to the BI Intelligence "E-Commerce Industry Insider" newsletter received this story first thing in the morning, along with other insightful and informative content.



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