Nordstrom, T.J.Max, Trump, and China

I’m not going to go into the question of ethics regarding a president who criticizes a company over a business decision, but I will point out that Trump’s attempt at bullying companies into doing business with his family isn’t working out the way he’d like– despite Kellyanne Conway ‘s push: “I’m going to give it a free commercial here”  “Go buy it today.” Trump’s twitter tantrum this week caused Nordstrom stock to take a slight dip before taking off. 
It appears T.J. Max is on the upswing as well. 
The following list of Companies is likely benefitting from dropping Ivanka Trump Brand as well: Marshals, Neiman Marcus, Bellacor, Belk, Shopstyle, HSN, Jet . com

And finally, if you need another reason to boycott Trump brand, the made in China tag is proof that the Trumps don’t do business the way they pretend to.

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February 9, 2017

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