Spending teens return to malls
Updated: July 8, pm. Shoppers walk around Southlake Mall in Hobart in February. The mall has imposed a new curfew for teens. Packs of kids no longer roam around Southlake Mall on Friday and Saturday nights, but the question remains whether that will bring in more adult shoppers. Two weekends ago, the super-regional mall at U. Fridays and Saturdays, following the lead of other malls around the country looking to curb unruly behavior.
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For the uninitiated, Chapter 11 bankruptcy — one of the most commonly utilized forms of bankruptcy — allows a company to continue operating while it executes a reorganization plan. Chapter 11 can take a number of forms, but in short: A chapter 11 case begins with the filing of a petition with the bankruptcy court by the debtor the entity that owes the debt — aka the retailers in the cases at hand. This is followed by the debtor proposing and executing a reorganization plan, which may be used to compromise or even eliminate certain classes of debt. All the while, the debtor usually remains in possession of his assets and continues to operate any business, subject to the oversight of the court and the creditors committee.
Across America, holiday decorations are being packed up and returned to the attics where they live ten months a year. Although the season passes so quickly, treasured holiday traditions hold a special place in the public imagination year-round. In a surprising twist, consumers still kept up the annual holiday tradition of shopping at actual physical stores. Of the estimated million people who went shopping over the Thanksgiving holiday this year, more than half visited brick and mortar stores for some or all of their shopping.
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