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  • AMC opens new, plush theater in West Hills

    AMC opens new, plush theater in West Hills
    In the latest push toward premium cinema, AMC Theatres on Friday will debut a newly-remodeled multiplex in West Hills.
  • Mall tycoon Rick Caruso interested in buying Glendale Galleria

     
    Shopping mall developer Rick Caruso, the man behind the Americana at Brand in Glendale and the Grove, is interested in purchasing the Glendale Galleria.Caruso announced the joint venture with global investment firm TPG Capital on Tuesday, saying it...

    General Growth Properties quits third-party mall management

     
    General Growth Properties Inc., owner of the Glendale Galleria and other large Southland shopping centers, said Monday that it has agreed to immediately hand over its third-party management business to real estate services giant Jones Lang LaSalle Inc....

    Sears to sell, spin off stores after $2.4-billion quarterly loss

    Sears to sell, spin off stores after $2.4-billion quarterly loss
    Sears Holdings Corp. posted a $2.4-billion loss in its fourth quarter but appeased investors by planning to sell or spin off many of its stores to boost liquidity. The Hoffman Estates, Ill., company reported a loss of $22.63 per share in the quarter that...

    Can Brentwood Country Mart re-create its success?

    Can Brentwood Country Mart re-create its success?
    With its picnic tables, overfed pigeons and fast-food stands, the kitschy barn-themed shopping center looks like a throwback from an era before air-conditioned malls took over the retail world. There are no department stores and no glittering retail names...