More than a dozen of Sears Holdings' stores are being auctioned off online.
Retailers like Sears and Toys R Us with massive floor plans are the ones shuttering stores.
It’s a tradition that an entire generation fondly remembers: browsing through the Sears catalog ahead of the Christmas holiday, circling the highest priority wants with a red pen.
But the star hasn't been showing up for his own releases even during New York's Fashion Week, a sign of just how far the Sears-owned retailer has fallen.
Take a look at the Dave & Buster's that just opened on the second floor of what was once a Sears.
Eddie Lampert, the chairman, CEO and controlling shareholder of the beleaguered Sears Holdings, has another problem to deal with.
As Sears shutters more stores, three retailers are poised to gain some of its lost sales, according to UBS.
ESL Investments, the fund of Sears Holding Corp. chairman and CEO Eddie Lampert has come to the retailer’s aid again.
As the department store retailer tries to restructure $1 billion in debt — which could keep Sears out of bankruptcy — analysts with S&P Global expect creditors to get hurt.
The brand has 180 stores in Sears locations and just 11 Lands' End stores — but that ratio is destined to change, as the Sears partnership “goes away,” according to CEO Jerome Griffith.