The Wall Street Journal
The prospect of Sears Holding Corp.’s imminent bankruptcy threatens to widen the gap between the more successful shopping centers and the struggling ones.
Mall owners with trendy retailers, lively restaurants and other forms of popular entertainment have continued to prosper. Many of these landlords would welcome Sears’ departure, mall owners and analysts said. The department store’s exit would allow them to take over a big-box space and lease it to a more profitable tenant.. . . more