and repurchase shares. Craig Monaghan was promoted to president and CEO from CFO in February 2011. He was previously CFO of Sears and AutoNation. Former CEO and chairman Charles Oglesby retired in July 2011. Tom DeLoach was named chairman in August 2011
A scan of the cost of credit protection at Sears Holdings ( SHLD -3.8% ) disturbs Strategas Research Partners. The cost to protect Sears debt is now at its highest level since 2012. SHLD CDS chart Post your comment!
motors and controls, product-identification equipment, and other niche products. The tool and component division makes Sears ' Craftsman line of hand tools, Matco tools for professional mechanics, and other store-branded tools through a joint venture
property management and leasing footprint, which includes the iconic 4.5-million-square-foot Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower) in Chicago, as well as 2.5 million additional square feet on Michigan Avenue. Overall, U.S. Equity Realty
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and notes valuation is reasonable. A market mismatch exists due to the excessive short position in Lands' End inherited from Sears doubters and forced index fund selling. Shares could rip 72% over the next three years, says Bishop. SEC Form 4s Post your
utilized subsidiary in the portfolio of Sears Holdings ( SHLD ). While the spin-off of ..... of stagnation and mediocrity as a unit of Sears , Roebuck and Company, and its successor company Sears Holdings, the value of the independent apparel
strong quarter from Lands' End ( LE ) following its spinoff from Sears Holdings ( SHLD ) has caught the attention of retail analysts ..... a few more separation pains. Despite stuck under the stodgy Sears umbrella, Lands' End has a vibrant online presence and a tight
LE +9.8% ) rallies after pulling off the rare feat in retail of improving comps and margins with its FQ1 report. The Sears Holdings ( SHLD +0.3% ) spinoff's large reliance on its direct to consumer channel has helped it weather trends of slower
spinoffs, and there has been much talk as to if this is the case with the recent spin-off of Lands' End ( LE ) from the Sears Holdings ( SHLD ) portfolio. In the case of Lands' End, some compelling arguments have been made: The company's new