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Cineworld Group CEO Mooky Greidinger and Regal Cinema (Photo via Getty; Wikipedia)
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Regal Cinemas scores financial rescue package

The owner of Regal Cinemas scored a lifeline to help the financially challenged movie theater chain stay afloat. Cineworld...

Regal Cinemas scores financial rescue package
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What doom-and-gloom forecasts miss about the office market

The short-term dive in office demand is not likely to continue far into the 2020s, according to a recent...

What doom-and-gloom forecasts miss about the office market
An analysis of data from CoStar found that retailers nationwide had missed two to four months’ rent (iStock)
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Retailers now owe $52B in back rent

Brick-and-mortar stores were struggling before the pandemic. But now, the retail sector owes $52 billion in back rent. An analysis of data from CoStar found that retailers nationwide had missed two to four months’...

Retailers now owe $52B in back rent
The second-largest movie theater operator in the U.S. is hunting for a financial lifeline (iStock)
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Regal Cinemas in talks for rescue deal

The parent company of Regal Cinemas, the second-largest movie theater operator in the U.S., is hunting for a financial lifeline. U.K.-based Cineworld is in talks with investors for rescue financing or debt to fund...

Regal Cinemas in talks for rescue deal
Eric and Donald Trump Jr. with 1100 Pennsylvania Avenue (Photos via Getty; Trump Hotels)
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Trump Org puts DC hotel sale on “indefinite hold”

Plans to sell the Trump International Hotel in Washington D.C. have been shelved after bids came in at less...

Trump Org puts DC hotel sale on “indefinite hold”
Hotels in trouble: the Hilton Houston Post Oak (left) saw its value cut in half and is in foreclosure, and the Residence Inn Arlington Pentagon City is set to be torn down and turned into part of Amazon’s HQ2. (Photos via Hilton; Marriott; iStock)
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Here are the markets where hotels are hurting the most

Nearly $31 billion in outstanding CMBS hotel loans — more than a third of the total — is due...

Here are the markets where hotels are hurting the most
For many movie theaters, Covid-19, which has kept viewers at home and new releases from the screen, feels like the final curtain. (iStock)
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Curtains: What to do with movie theaters

Even before the pandemic, Ari Benmosche realized that running his movie theater in a traditional sense wasn’t sustainable. The owner of the Lafayette Theater, a small venue in Suffern, New York, has shown the...

Curtains: What to do with movie theaters

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