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With revenue on a downward trajectory for the past half-decade and the company posting considerable losses recently, many wonder what assets Sears may unload next.
The LGBT community has serious buying power, nearly $800 billion worth in this country alone.
While the daily technical studies are still in correction mode, longer-term patterns suggest that the current market decline will provide good buying opportunities.
The retailer's growth is slowing and management is missing the mark.
Even critics say strikes and protests are transforming the company for the better.
The retailer is generous with its rank-and-file employees and frugal with executives. Is this why no one leaves?
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The offering could become the second-biggest this year if underwriters exercise an option to buy more shares.
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