Bruce Berkowitz's financial fund just sells in the first quarter.
Investors are betting most heavily and consistently on a recovery in US housing and consumer spending.
The company is willing to license out the Kenmore, Craftsman and DieHard names.
The world's largest retailer is working to broaden its product offerings and 'invest' $2 billion over 2 years in lower prices. Will this be enough?
The company has done nothing with the specialty retailer it bought in 2002.
These stocks have taken a tumble during a positive period for the markets.
The company spent nearly $800,000 on chartered flights for Lou D'Ambrosio last year. It also spent $30,000 on temporary housing for him -- and even paid some of his taxes.
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