Month: February 2021

Call of Duty: Cherry Hill Mall recreated in Black Ops


A look inside Westfield Garden State Plaza, in Paramus, as the mall reopened, Monday, June 29, 2020, for the first time in more than three months.

One of the world’s most popular video game franchises, Call of Duty, has paid tribute to the unofficial mall capital of the world.

In an update this week, Activision games released a digital homage to New Jersey’s Cherry Hill Mall. The highly detailed playable map in its best-selling first-person-shooter Call of Duty: Black Ops — Cold War comes with coordinates that tie directly to the nearly 60-year-old mall in South Jersey.

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3 charged after Greece Ridge mall brawl involving teens


The Mall at Greece Ridge was shut down Saturday evening after fights broke out inside the shopping center among several dozen or more teenagers, according to a statement by Sgt. Jared Rene of the Greece Police Department.

Initially, the mall on West Ridge Road was evacuated after police dispersed the fights, but the teenagers “regathered and continued to fight in other locations, ultimately causing mall management to close the mall,” Rene

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Stock Market News for Dec 14, 2020 – December 14, 2020

Wall Street closed mixed on Friday following uncertainty regarding a fresh fiscal stimulus by the U.S. government. The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite ended in the red while the Dow managed to finish in positive territory. For the week as a whole, all the three major stock indexes ended in negative zone.

How Did The Benchmarks Perform?

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI) rose 0.2% to close at 30,046.37. Notably, 21 components of the 30-stock index ended in the red while 8 in green and 1 remained unchanged. However, the Nasdaq Composite finished at 12,377.87, dropping 0.2% or due

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2020 holiday shopping season dubbed most environmentally friendly

A stay-at-home economy helped 2020 deliver the “most environmentally friendly holiday season yet,” according to a Prologis and MIT special report released Thursday. 

Based on consumer behaviors, in-person shopping was compared to e-commerce to find differences in environmental impacts. The study said that one full standard delivery van can replace over 100 individual car trips to the store.

During the holiday season each year, companies scramble to keep up with peak demands for shipping and products. E-commerce growth that was expected to take years happened in mere months in 2020. The report said carbon emissions for online shopping average about

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Mall Owner Macerich Taps PJT Partners to Help Wrangle Debt


3 Stocks Goldman Sachs Says Are Ready to Rip Higher

Is the bull market about to take a long breather? Not according to Goldman Sachs. In fact, the firm believes the bull market has a long way to run yet; Chief global equity strategist Peter Oppenheimer recently noted that the market was moving from a “’Hope’ phase to a longer ‘Growth’ phase.” The firm’s economists are expecting the economy to sprout higher by 6.8% in 2021 and believe that by the end of the year the unemployment rate could drop to 4.1%. And there’s enough evidence to suggest the

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