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Amazon in talks with Simon Property Group on taking over mall space
But for those other mall tenants, sharing space with Amazon might feel like an insult.
Why "Sears light" concept stores are focused on appliances
Sears Home & Life stores are smaller and hope to attract "young, forming families."
After bankruptcy, Sears launches smaller stores
Sears is once again opening new locations, but much smaller Home & Life stores.
Ex-CEO bids more than $5 billion to keep Sears open
Most of the bankrupt retailer's creditors want it liquidated, but not former CEO Eddie Lampert.
A Hail Mary bid to save Sears
The chairman of the storied retailer has proposed a $4.6 billion bid to save what's left of the 130-year-old chain.
Sears' bankruptcy and the business behind closing a business
One retail chain's restructuring is another store's opportunity.
Sears teeters on the edge of bankruptcy
The company is more than $5.6 billion in debt.
Sears growing an Amazon partnership to at least install tires, when it can’t get the sale
Customers nationwide can now buy tires online at Amazon, and the local Sears will put them on. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.