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Mall operators agree to buy JCPenney

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Mall operators Simon Property Group and Brookfield Property Partners agreed to buy JCPenney's retail business.

Simon and Brookfield will pay $300 million in the deal, which also will see the companies take on $500 million in debt.

JCPenney's bankruptcy creditors would own a portion of its real estate.

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