Definitions

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  • adj. Not of or pertaining to retail.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ retail

Examples

  • Urban Active Fitness Retail landlords focus more on nonretail tenants.

    Gyms Working Out for Landlords

  • To compensate, retail landlords are focusing more effort on recruiting nonretail tenants such as dentists, medical offices, classrooms and insurance agents.

    Gyms Working Out for Landlords

  • Even top performing mall companies—like Simon, which reported a 19% rise in earnings Tuesday—are looking at restaurants, entertainment and other nonretail uses as a hedge against the drain from online shopping.

    New Tricks for Old Malls

  • Struggling shopping centers, like the Tallahassee and Harrisburg malls, meanwhile, are signing nonretail tenants because no one else is lining up for the space.

    New Tricks for Old Malls

  • What's more, nonretail tenants often don't pay percentage rents, a form of bonus rent that retailers pay from a small percentage of their sales when they exceed a certain threshold.

    New Tricks for Old Malls

  • The proliferation of "nonretail" tenants comes as traditional stores cede ground in U.S. shopping centers because of constrained consumer spending and decades of retail overbuilding in the U.S.

    New Tricks for Old Malls

  • In Italy, nonretail customers withdrew €56 billion in the three months to the end of September, a fall of 12%.

    Europe's Smart Money Votes With Its Feet

  • Similarly, in Spain, nonretail deposits fell by 20% in the third quarter, with Santander and BBVA losing 10% and 11%, respectively.

    Europe's Smart Money Votes With Its Feet

  • "Profitability benefited from greater Emerald sales, an improved mix of Diamond culinary and in-shell sales, and a later walnut crop this year than last, which shifted sales of nonretail products from the first fiscal quarter to the second," Mr. Mendes said.

    Diamond Foods to Acquire Kettle

  • The lender is hungry to increase its heft in nonretail banking globally, as it is constrained by a federal law prohibiting any bank controlling more than 10% of all U.S. deposits.

    BofA Plans Japan Corporate Banking Push

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