Simon Property Group has a multi-pronged approach in which it is working to rescue certain financially distressed retailers while also engaging in talks to house Amazon distribution centers in its malls. “There’s just nothing out there that says you can’t make smart investments outside of your core businesses,” says Simon Property CEO David Simon. Full Story: The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model)
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