Sears’ future: Smaller stores, fewer stores

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The Sears store of the future will be smaller and will sell Sears brands among products from other companies. “We want to be a partnership company,” Sears Holdings Corp. chairman and CEO Edward Lampert told shareholders Tuesday. “Sometimes we’re going to be the big dog and sometimes we’re going to be a (smaller) piece of a solution.” According to chicagobusiness.com, Lampert also said “closing stores is going to be part of our future.”

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