Shoshy Ciment/Business Insider Thousands of retail stores in the US have closed in the past few years because of changing consumer needs. This "retail apocalypse" is crippling traditional shopping malls. Some malls are investing heavily in entertainment options to lure in customers no longer interested in just shopping. Business Insider Today took a look at two malls that have recently added attractions like bowling alleys, ropes courses, a...

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