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Sears CEO thinks the company won't go belly up just yet

There was a time when Sears dominated the retail space in the United States. The company had a massively successful catalog and a number of house brands that had a reputation for quality. Sears may never have been a sexy or trendy place to shop, but it was a steady pillar of many communities, anchoring malls while giving middle-class people a reasonable place to shop. Those days, however, have long since passed.
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