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GNC could close up to 900 stores and slash its mall location count in half as the retail apocalypse roars on

CEO Ken Martindale said the chain will reduce its number of mall locations by nearly half as traffic continues to fall.
An Amazon facility could soon replace a dead Ohio mall.

Inside the infamous dead mall that Amazon is turning into a 700,000-square foot fulfillment center

Amazon is planning to build a 700,000-square-foot facility on the site of the shuttered Rolling Acres Mall in Akron, Ohio.
Rolling Acres Mall in Akron, Ohio.

Amazon is building a fulfillment center on the site of America’s most infamous abandoned mall

The Rolling Acres Mall became a symbol of the retail apocalypse, as it fell into decay when shoppers stopped showing up.
Northgate Mall was eerily abandoned.

America’s first mall is about to be redeveloped into offices, homes, and an NHL training center. We went inside and found it eerily empty.

Northgate Mall was America's first shopping center to be called a mall. But after years of struggles, it's going to get a new identity.
Rolling Acres Mall in Akron, Ohio.

More than 7,500 stores are closing in 2019 as the retail apocalypse drags on — here’s the full list

The discount chain Fred's said Friday that it would close another 129 stores, bringing its total number of store closures this year to 441.
Scoops Ahoy! is a fictional ice cream parlor, but the Starcourt Mall in Hawkins, Indiana, features a number of real companies that have since gone bankrupt.

‘Stranger Things” new season features a slew of iconic stores that no longer exist

Season three of "Stranger Things" is all about the mall, and the Starcourt Mall in Hawkins, Indiana, is jam-packed with actual retailers.
Payless ShoeSource is closing all of its US stores.

The rise and fall of Payless ShoeSource

Payless ShoeSource announced it's closing all of its US stores, but the shoe retailer was once one of the largest family-owned businesses.

The rise and fall of Payless ShoeSource

Payless ShoeSource announced it's closing all of its US stores, but the shoe retailer was once one of the largest family-owned businesses.
Rolling Acres Mall in Akron, Ohio, was demolished in 2016.

A filmmaker who’s traveled to more than 70 dead malls across America reveals the craziest things he’s seen, from an eerily foggy food cour...

Dan Bell has visited more than 70 dead malls across America, uploading videos to his YouTube channel. He has seen some weird things along the way.

Here’s how many stores need to close across the US before the retail apocalypse ends, according to analysts

Physical retailers across all sectors have undeniably felt the sting of consumers turning away from stores in favor of e-commerce competitors.