US: Sears to offload stores amid $3.1bn FY loss
By Petah Marian | 24 February 2012
Department store retailer Sears has announced plans to spin-off its Hometown and Outlet businesses, and sell 11 stores, after swinging to a full-year loss of $3.1bn.
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