Customers wait in line to take part in Belk’s Charity Day sale at SouthPark mall on Nov. 9, 2013. A sale of the company would mean Belk follows the long march of other family-owned department stores, including Marshall Fields and Hecht’s, that were sold to bigger companies.
Customers wait in line to take part in Belk’s Charity Day sale at SouthPark mall on Nov. 9, 2013. A sale of the company would mean Belk follows the long march of other family-owned department stores, including Marshall Fields and Hecht’s, that were sold to bigger companies. ROBERT LAHSER CHARLOTTE OBSERVER FILE PHOTO
Customers wait in line to take part in Belk’s Charity Day sale at SouthPark mall on Nov. 9, 2013. A sale of the company would mean Belk follows the long march of other family-owned department stores, including Marshall Fields and Hecht’s, that were sold to bigger companies. ROBERT LAHSER CHARLOTTE OBSERVER FILE PHOTO

Belk faces challenging retail market as it mulls sale

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