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Makeover of landmark urban mall in Philadelphia brings mixed reviews

by Marketplace Contributor Jul 26, 2016
One critic says the changes are "almost like retail gentrification."
Pedestrians pass by advertising for the Fashion Outlets of Philadelphia, which will replace the old Gallery at Market East shopping mall. 
Todd Bookman

Some question the social cost of Mexican mall boom

by Alex Schmidt Mar 15, 2016
Some see a sign of economic health, others one more example of global inequality.
The Oasis shopping center in Coyoacan, Mexico City. 
Alex Schmidt
Corner Office

Malls are dead, long live the mall

by Kai Ryssdal Apr 17, 2014
Rick Caruso of The Grove says shopping centers are in the entertainment business.

What kind of shopping mall is successful today?

by Jim Burress Dec 16, 2013
Malls have become more nimble, offering specialized services and experiences you can't find online.

'Dead malls' get new life

by Blake Farmer Jul 5, 2013
Shopping malls around the country are dropping like flies. Roughly a third have trouble keeping the lights on.

South Korea mall says 'Hello shopper, nice to see you'

by Molly Wood Oct 10, 2012
A mall in Seoul, South Korea is installing facial recognition cameras to read shoppers' gender and age in order to generate customized ads.

Recovery in sight for U.S. shopping malls

by Steve Chiotakis Jan 9, 2012
A sign the nation's economic health may be continuing to improve -- the real estate data company Reis reported today vacancies at shopping centers were down at the end of 2011. It's the first time that's happened in four years.

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Mid-day Update

PODCAST: Geithner heads to China, techies head to Vegas

by Mary Dooe Jan 9, 2012
Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner is on his way to Asia today with a goal of getting Japan and China on board with new economic sanctions against Iran, as tensions between that country and the U.S. continue to grow. The Consumer…

Shopping mall vacancies slowly declining

by John Dimsdale Jan 9, 2012
Vacancies at malls were down at the end of 2011, in part because new construction has stalled.
Reporter's Notebook

Marketplace Goes Shopping: A Special Report

by Megan Larson Dec 16, 2011
Kai and crew broadcast live from the Citadel Outlets in sunny Commerce, Calif., to find out how shoppers are spending and how retailers are selling during this most-important holiday shopping season.