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GuruFocus Financial Strength Rank measures how strong a company’s financial situation is. It is based on these factors

1. The debt burden that the company has as measured by its Interest coverage (current year).
2. Debt to revenue ratio. The lower, the better
3. Altman Z-score.

A company ranks high with financial strength is likely to withstand any business slowdowns and recessions.

Financial Strength : 6/10

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industry
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history
Cash to Debt 0.07
NAS:SHLD's Cash to Debt is ranked lower than
93% of the 894 Companies
in the Global Department Stores industry.

( Industry Median: 0.91 vs. NAS:SHLD: 0.07 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful Cash to Debt only.
NAS:SHLD' s 10-Year Cash to Debt Range
Min: 0.07  Med: 0.37 Max: 8.36
Current: 0.07
0.07
8.36
Equity to Asset -0.09
NAS:SHLD's Equity to Asset is ranked lower than
98% of the 838 Companies
in the Global Department Stores industry.

( Industry Median: 0.47 vs. NAS:SHLD: -0.09 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful Equity to Asset only.
NAS:SHLD' s 10-Year Equity to Asset Range
Min: -0.09  Med: 0.35 Max: 0.52
Current: -0.09
-0.09
0.52
F-Score: 2
Z-Score: 1.77
M-Score: -2.66
GuruFocus Profitability Rank ranks how profitable a company is and how likely the company’s business will stay that way. It is based on these factors:

1. Operating Margin
2. Trend of the Operating Margin (5-year average). The company with an uptrend profit margin has a higher rank.
••3. Consistency of the profitability
4. Piotroski F-Score
5. Predictability Rank•

The maximum rank is 10. A rank of 7 or higher means a higher profitability and may stay that way. A rank of 3 or lower indicates that the company has had trouble to make a profit.

Profitability Rank is not directly related to the Financial Strength Rank. But if a company is consistently profitable, its financial strength will be stronger.

Profitability & Growth : 2/10

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industry
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history
Operating margin (%) -4.49
NAS:SHLD's Operating margin (%) is ranked lower than
89% of the 891 Companies
in the Global Department Stores industry.

( Industry Median: 3.69 vs. NAS:SHLD: -4.49 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful Operating margin (%) only.
NAS:SHLD' s 10-Year Operating margin (%) Range
Min: -4.83  Med: 1.32 Max: 9.18
Current: -4.49
-4.83
9.18
Net-margin (%) -5.42
NAS:SHLD's Net-margin (%) is ranked lower than
88% of the 891 Companies
in the Global Department Stores industry.

( Industry Median: 2.40 vs. NAS:SHLD: -5.42 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful Net-margin (%) only.
NAS:SHLD' s 10-Year Net-margin (%) Range
Min: -7.55  Med: 0.42 Max: 5.57
Current: -5.42
-7.55
5.57
ROE (%) -426.90
NAS:SHLD's ROE (%) is ranked lower than
99% of the 880 Companies
in the Global Department Stores industry.

( Industry Median: 7.23 vs. NAS:SHLD: -426.90 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful ROE (%) only.
NAS:SHLD' s 10-Year ROE (%) Range
Min: -426.9  Med: 1.51 Max: 33.12
Current: -426.9
-426.9
33.12
ROA (%) -10.55
NAS:SHLD's ROA (%) is ranked lower than
90% of the 900 Companies
in the Global Department Stores industry.

( Industry Median: 3.19 vs. NAS:SHLD: -10.55 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful ROA (%) only.
NAS:SHLD' s 10-Year ROA (%) Range
Min: -13.73  Med: 0.54 Max: 15.02
Current: -10.55
-13.73
15.02
ROC (Joel Greenblatt) (%) -21.72
NAS:SHLD's ROC (Joel Greenblatt) (%) is ranked lower than
90% of the 895 Companies
in the Global Department Stores industry.

( Industry Median: 13.75 vs. NAS:SHLD: -21.72 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful ROC (Joel Greenblatt) (%) only.
NAS:SHLD' s 10-Year ROC (Joel Greenblatt) (%) Range
Min: -24.43  Med: 4.83 Max: 157.9
Current: -21.72
-24.43
157.9
Revenue Growth (3Y)(%) -7.10
NAS:SHLD's Revenue Growth (3Y)(%) is ranked lower than
83% of the 727 Companies
in the Global Department Stores industry.

( Industry Median: 3.00 vs. NAS:SHLD: -7.10 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful Revenue Growth (3Y)(%) only.
NAS:SHLD' s 10-Year Revenue Growth (3Y)(%) Range
Min: -7.1  Med: 2.90 Max: 25.3
Current: -7.1
-7.1
25.3
EBITDA Growth (3Y)(%) 38.20
NAS:SHLD's EBITDA Growth (3Y)(%) is ranked higher than
94% of the 605 Companies
in the Global Department Stores industry.

( Industry Median: 2.20 vs. NAS:SHLD: 38.20 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful EBITDA Growth (3Y)(%) only.
NAS:SHLD' s 10-Year EBITDA Growth (3Y)(%) Range
Min: -77.9  Med: -16.70 Max: 67.5
Current: 38.2
-77.9
67.5
EPS Growth (3Y)(%) -16.80
NAS:SHLD's EPS Growth (3Y)(%) is ranked lower than
72% of the 550 Companies
in the Global Department Stores industry.

( Industry Median: -0.30 vs. NAS:SHLD: -16.80 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful EPS Growth (3Y)(%) only.
NAS:SHLD' s 10-Year EPS Growth (3Y)(%) Range
Min: -59.4  Med: -30.20 Max: 56.4
Current: -16.8
-59.4
56.4
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Guru Trades

Q2 2014

SHLD Guru Trades in Q2 2014

Murray Stahl 5,829,276 sh (+13.00%)
Bruce Berkowitz 24,672,823 sh (+0.70%)
Edward Lampert 27,173,317 sh (+0.40%)
Edward Lampert 27,061,734 sh (+2.30%)
Edward Lampert 26,438,272 sh (unchged)
Steve Mandel 2,504,400 sh (unchged)
Francis Chou 803,526 sh (unchged)
Chuck Royce Sold Out
Jeremy Grantham Sold Out
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Q3 2014

SHLD Guru Trades in Q3 2014

Bruce Berkowitz 25,506,273 sh (+3.38%)
Bruce Berkowitz 25,555,473 sh (+0.19%)
Steve Mandel 2,987,500 sh (unchged)
Steven Cohen 150,000 sh (unchged)
Francis Chou 803,526 sh (unchged)
Mariko Gordon 13,000 sh (unchged)
Bruce Berkowitz 25,555,473 sh (unchged)
Edward Lampert 26,438,272 sh (unchged)
Bruce Berkowitz 25,506,273 sh (unchged)
Murray Stahl 5,548,472 sh (-4.82%)
Bruce Berkowitz 25,506,273 sh (-0.10%)
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Q4 2014

SHLD Guru Trades in Q4 2014

Francis Chou 896,088 sh (+11.52%)
Bruce Berkowitz 26,545,273 sh (+4.07%)
Steve Mandel 2,163,100 sh (unchged)
Edward Lampert 26,438,272 sh (unchged)
Steven Cohen 150,000 sh (unchged)
Bruce Berkowitz 26,587,173 sh (unchged)
Bruce Berkowitz 26,579,273 sh (unchged)
Murray Stahl 5,012,760 sh (-9.66%)
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Q1 2015

SHLD Guru Trades in Q1 2015

Jim Simons 164,100 sh (New)
Leon Cooperman 868,752 sh (New)
Steve Mandel 2,163,100 sh (unchged)
Francis Chou 896,088 sh (unchged)
Edward Lampert 26,438,272 sh (unchged)
Murray Stahl 4,974,517 sh (-0.76%)
Bruce Berkowitz 25,989,173 sh (-2.09%)
Bruce Berkowitz 26,259,073 sh (-0.20%)
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Guru Investment Theses on Sears Holdings Corp

Francis Chou Comments on Sears Holdings Corp - Mar 31, 2015

As we have indicated before, we believe that Sears Holdings (SHLD) is a misunderstood story. There are many moving parts but we believe Sears Holdings’ intrinsic value lies in its real estate assets. It also has other valuable assets such as Kenmore, Craftsman and Diehard. Being a traditional department store has become a tough business during the last decade but, according to management, Sears is transitioning its historic focus on running a brick and mortar department store into a business that provides and delivers value by serving its members in the manner most convenient for them: whether in store, at home or through digital devices.

The value of its real estate allows Eddie Lampert, the controlling shareholder and CEO, the time and money to effect the changes. What Lampert is doing is the right thing to do, considering the possible outcomes – if it works, it’ll be a multi-bagger; if the transformation does not work out as expected, we believe the real estate values are high enough that we would not lose money in our investment at current prices after netting out all liabilities. If real estate was the only play from Lampert’s viewpoint, it seems that he would have liquidated the company a long time ago.

Caveat Emptor: With Sears announcing the REIT plans for part of their real estate holdings, which could be effected by the end of this year, those who bought Sears on the basis of that if the retail operations do not pan out, the value is covered by its real estate - that kind of reasoning will be less valid than before.

So, after the REIT transaction, you will be betting more on Sears' retail transformation, ostensibly called as 'SHOPYOURWAY'. If it doesn't work out, Lampert will be called 'LOSTYOURWAY', and so will be the investors who are still holding the stock.

The various bonds and debentures in Sears will also have less coverage than before. Lampert was smart enough to structure the debt in such a manner that if parts of Sears were spun off directly or through rights offerings, fraudulent conveyance laws wouldn't come into play.

Some of the debt like the one at Sears, Roebuck and Acceptance Corp. (SRAC) are guaranteed by Sears Holdings, but the assets of Lands' End, Sears Hometown and Sears Canada have flown the coop. On some of these transactions, Sears did receive the cash, and that may mitigate the argument of fraudulent conveyance laws. Unfortunately, the level at which cash is being consumed is unacceptable and if the transformation does not happen soon enough or is not sufficiently successful, it may make staying invested in Sears a highly risky investment, despite its vast real estate holdings.

There is one unusual quirk in the latest bond issuance with a coupon of 8%, maturing in 2019. It looks junior to the SRAC bonds but it gives the warrant holder the right to use this 8% bonds at 100 cents on a dollar to buy Sears Holdings stock at $28.41 per share. No wonder it is trading at 96 cents on a dollar versus 60 cents on a dollar for the SRAC bonds.

From Francis Chou (Trades, Portfolio)’s Chou Funds 2014 Annual Report.

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Bruce Berkowitz Comments on Sears Holdings Corp - Feb 10, 2015

Market participants have often failed to ascribe appropriate intrinsic value to conglomerates, and Sears Holdings Corporation (SHLD) (“SHC”, 7.1%) is no exception. For years, SHC has remained a misunderstood sum-of-parts story. Few have the inclination to examine all of the company’s pieces, which equate to a net asset value that we estimate to be multiples of current market prices.

SHC’s substantial portfolio of real estate is its most valuable component. The company’s 977 Kmart and 714 Sears properties total 195 million square feet of commercial retail space – more than Simon Property Group, the largest mall REIT with an enterprise value of $100 billion. The possibilities for SHC’s owned and leased properties are endless. Redevelopment is one feasible option that the company is actively pursuing, including: the transformation of its 162,000 square foot store at Janss Marketplace (Thousand Oaks, CA) into a mini-mall; the reorganization of a 14-acre site in St. Paul, Minnesota, with 111,000 square feet in adjacent structures including 130 units of housing; and the redevelopment of a 12.3-acre property at top-performing Aventura Mall in Florida into 251,250 square feet of high- end open-air retail and restaurant space, 43,802 square feet of office space, 128,737 square feet for a luxury hotel with 120 rooms, and 476,297 square feet of parking. At this proposed “Esplanade at Aventura,” Sears would retain a 20,000 square foot presence, effectively reducing its footprint by 90%. Subleasing to single and multiple tenants is another option: millions of square feet have already been subleased to tenants such as Ansar Gallery International, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Kroger, Nordstrom Rack, Primark, and Whole Foods. Finally, some stores will remain as-is: for example, “cash cow” locations throughout the Northeast corridor, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands do not require any reconfiguration.

We believe that the company’s non-real estate assets have significant value as well. SHC’s $5.6 billion in cash, receivables, and net inventory (or $44 per diluted SHC common share), leading brands (e.g., Kenmore, Craftsman, and DieHard), and Shop Your Way loyalty program (which has helped the company generate $4 billion in online sales) are important components. SHC also operates 750+ pharmacies with $1.75 billion in annual sales. Sears Home Services is the largest national delivery and home repair service with over $2.5 billion in sales. Annual service repair calls exceed nine million, in addition to 4 million deliveries and 1 million installations. Sears Commerce Services provides e-commerce and logistics solutions for third-party businesses, akin to Amazon Services. Sears Logistics has 49 distribution and fulfillment facilities across the U.S. (46.5 million square feet) providing end-to-end supply chain solutions for SHC and competitors. Sears Protection Company has over 15 million products under protection agreement contracts. Sears Reinsurance Company provides management of all insurance risks. And there is more.

We believe that SHC’s liabilities are easily offset by its non-real estate assets. Proceeds from recent and anticipated corporate actions as well as further inventory reductions would re-pay the: (i) $400 million in short-term debt due February 2015; (ii) $1.6 billion from the domestic credit facility expiring April 2016; (iii) $1.0 billion term loan due June 2018; and (iv) remaining pension plan obligations forecasted to be $1.1 billion through 2019 at prevailing low rates.

SHC’s management acknowledges that operating performance must improve, and we remain confident that the company has the ability to effectively address its cash burn by reducing: (i) investments in integrated retail and Shop Your Way; (ii) the dual marketing program spend; (iii) rent and associated costs; (iv) corporate overhead; and (v) the pension deficit. The company indicated that it is “currently carrying costs of two promotional programs: [Shop Your Way] Points and Promotional Markdowns (‘PMDs’)” and intends to expedite the transition from PMDs to Points for a “more efficient promotional model.” SHC is also accelerating unprofitable store closings, and can terminate approximately 80% of existing leases without penalty over the next four years by not exercising its extension options. Retail analysts predictably focus on “revenue per square foot” and “same store sales.” We prefer to ignore the crowd by assessing all the parts. Consider this: at one point last year, the market cap of newly independent Lands’ End almost rivaled the market cap of its former parent, SHC.

Form Bruce Berkowitz (Trades, Portfolio)'s Fairholme Fund 2014 Annual Report and Investor Letter.

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Bruce Berkowitz Comments on Sears Holdings Corp - Aug 04, 2014

Sears (SHLD) remains the Fund’s least successful investment, yet has the highest potential based on our estimates of tangible values.

From Bruce Berkowitz (Trades, Portfolio)'s Fairholme Fund Second Quarter 2014 Shareholder Letter.

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Francis Chou Comments on Sears Holdings - Mar 11, 2014

We believe that Sears Holdings (SHLD) is a misunderstood story. There are many moving parts but we believe Sears Holdings’ intrinsic value lies in its real estate assets. It also has other valuable assets such as Lands’ End, Kenmore, Craftsman and Diehard. Being a traditional department store has become a tough business during the last decade but, according to management, Sears is transitioning its historic focus on running a brick and mortar department store into a business that provides and delivers value by serving its members in the manner most convenient for them: whether in store, at home or through digital devices. The value of its real estate allows Eddie Lampert, the controlling shareholder and CEO, the time and money to effect the changes. If the transformation does not work out as expected, we believe the real estate values are high enough that we would not lose money in our investment at current prices after netting out all liabilities.



In general, we believe that stocks and non-investment grade bonds are fairly valued. We do not time the market but when bargains are scarce, we are happy to hold cash equivalents as an alternative.





From Franis Chou's 2013 letter to shareholders.



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Bruce Berkowitz Comments on Sears Holdings - Feb 10, 2014

Headlines shout of Sears (SHLD)' disastrous 2013 loss of $12 per share. A longer history shows that since the merger of Sears with Kmart, about 9 years ago, s ears has distributed over $66 of cash per share via buybacks and spin-offs and has paid down $27 per share of a pension liability that is no different, in our view, from debt. Fairholme research estimates that the fair value of s ears' net assets exceeds $150 per share. If our research is accurate, we expect s ears' market price of $38 to increase to this value over time.



From Bruce Berkowitz (Trades, Portfolio)'s fourth quarter shareholder letter.

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Top Ranked Articles about Sears Holdings Corp

Francis Chou Comments on Sears Holdings Corp
As we have indicated before, we believe that Sears Holdings (SHLD) is a misunderstood story. There are many moving parts but we believe Sears Holdings’ intrinsic value lies in its real estate assets. It also has other valuable assets such as Kenmore, Craftsman and Diehard. Being a traditional department store has become a tough business during the last decade but, according to management, Sears is transitioning its historic focus on running a brick and mortar department store into a business that provides and delivers value by serving its members in the manner most convenient for them: whether in store, at home or through digital devices. Read more...
Edward Lampert Shifts Investment Gears in Fourth Quarter
Guru Edward Lampert (Trades, Portfolio) adjusted his investment approach in the fourth quarter of 2014. In the third quarter, he sold but did not buy stock. In the fourth quarter, he bought three stocks and sold none. Read more...
Bruce Berkowitz Comments on Sears Holdings Corp
Market participants have often failed to ascribe appropriate intrinsic value to conglomerates, and Sears Holdings Corporation (SHLD) (“SHC”, 7.1%) is no exception. For years, SHC has remained a misunderstood sum-of-parts story. Few have the inclination to examine all of the company’s pieces, which equate to a net asset value that we estimate to be multiples of current market prices. Read more...
Bruce Berkowitz Increases Position in SHLD
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Francis Chou Trades Two Sears Spin-offs
During the third quarter, Francis Chou (Trades, Portfolio) of Chou Associates Management made only two adjustments to the Associates Fund portfolio — both companies are spin-offs of Sears Holdings (SHLD) whose insiders are purchasing the stock. Read more...
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Bruce Berkowitz Comments on Sears Holdings Corp
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Ratios

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P/S 0.09
SHLD's P/S is ranked higher than
95% of the 892 Companies
in the Global Department Stores industry.

( Industry Median: 0.71 vs. SHLD: 0.09 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful P/S only.
SHLD' s 10-Year P/S Range
Min: 0.06  Med: 0.14 Max: 0.53
Current: 0.09
0.06
0.53
Current Ratio 1.00
SHLD's Current Ratio is ranked lower than
79% of the 847 Companies
in the Global Department Stores industry.

( Industry Median: 1.55 vs. SHLD: 1.00 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful Current Ratio only.
SHLD' s 10-Year Current Ratio Range
Min: 0.9  Med: 1.30 Max: 3.62
Current: 1
0.9
3.62
Quick Ratio 0.17
SHLD's Quick Ratio is ranked lower than
97% of the 847 Companies
in the Global Department Stores industry.

( Industry Median: 0.87 vs. SHLD: 0.17 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful Quick Ratio only.
SHLD' s 10-Year Quick Ratio Range
Min: 0.13  Med: 0.28 Max: 2.05
Current: 0.17
0.13
2.05
Days Inventory 96.53
SHLD's Days Inventory is ranked lower than
56% of the 852 Companies
in the Global Department Stores industry.

( Industry Median: 9999.00 vs. SHLD: 96.53 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful Days Inventory only.
SHLD' s 10-Year Days Inventory Range
Min: 63.05  Med: 98.92 Max: 103.94
Current: 96.53
63.05
103.94
Days Sales Outstanding 5.92
SHLD's Days Sales Outstanding is ranked higher than
66% of the 723 Companies
in the Global Department Stores industry.

( Industry Median: 12.70 vs. SHLD: 5.92 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful Days Sales Outstanding only.
SHLD' s 10-Year Days Sales Outstanding Range
Min: 5.02  Med: 5.88 Max: 11.88
Current: 5.92
5.02
11.88

Valuation & Return

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Price/Median PS Value 0.63
SHLD's Price/Median PS Value is ranked higher than
84% of the 806 Companies
in the Global Department Stores industry.

( Industry Median: 1.09 vs. SHLD: 0.63 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful Price/Median PS Value only.
SHLD' s 10-Year Price/Median PS Value Range
Min: 0.58  Med: 1.03 Max: 3.34
Current: 0.63
0.58
3.34
Earnings Yield (Greenblatt) (%) -18.87
SHLD's Earnings Yield (Greenblatt) (%) is ranked lower than
93% of the 879 Companies
in the Global Department Stores industry.

( Industry Median: 5.20 vs. SHLD: -18.87 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful Earnings Yield (Greenblatt) (%) only.
SHLD' s 10-Year Earnings Yield (Greenblatt) (%) Range
Min: -19.03  Med: 11.10 Max: 72.9
Current: -18.87
-19.03
72.9
Forward Rate of Return (Yacktman) (%) -8.97
SHLD's Forward Rate of Return (Yacktman) (%) is ranked lower than
79% of the 499 Companies
in the Global Department Stores industry.

( Industry Median: 5.97 vs. SHLD: -8.97 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful Forward Rate of Return (Yacktman) (%) only.
SHLD' s 10-Year Forward Rate of Return (Yacktman) (%) Range
Min: -20.6  Med: -2.30 Max: 37.6
Current: -8.97
-20.6
37.6

Business Description

Industry: Retail - Apparel & Specialty » Department Stores
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Traded in other countries:SEE.Germany,
Sears Holdings Corp was incorporated in the State of the State of Delaware on November 23, 2004 in connection with the merger of Kmart and Sears on March 24, 2005. The Company along with its subsidiaries is an integrated retailer with 1,725 full-line and specialty retail stores in the United States, operating through Kmart and Sears. The Company operates in two segments including Kmart and Sears Domestic. The Kmart segment operates approximately a total of 979 Kmart stores across 49 states, Guam, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Its store count consists of 968 discount stores, and 11 Super Centers. Its stores are one-floor, free-standing units that carry products across categories, including consumer electronics, seasonal merchandise, outdoor living, toys, lawn and garden equipment, food and consumables and apparel, including products sold under such well-known labels as Jaclyn Smith, Joe Boxer and Alphaline, and certain proprietary Sears brand products (such as Kenmore, Craftsman and DieHard) and services. It also offers appliances, including Kenmore-branded products. The Sears Domestic segment consists operations of Full-line Stores, Specialty Stores, Commercial Sales, and Home Services. It operates 717 stores, of which 709 are Full-line stores located across all 50 states and Puerto Rico. Its Full-line stores offer products and service offerings across merchandise categories, including appliances, consumer electronics/connected solutions, tools, sporting goods, outdoor living, lawn and garden equipment, certain automotive services and products, such as tires and batteries, home fashion products, as well as apparel, footwear, jewelry and accessories for the whole family. Its product offerings include Kenmore, Craftsman, DieHard, Covington, Canyon River Blues, Metaphor, Outdoor Life, Structure and Apostrophe brand merchandise, and other brand merchandise such as Roadhandler, Ty Pennington Style and Alphaline. Lands' End, Inc. It also operated 8 Sears Essentials/Grand stores located in 8 states. It also operates 29 specialty stores located in free-standing, off-mall locations or high-traffic neighborhood shopping centers. Its Commercial Sales operations sells Sears merchandise, parts and services to commercial customers through its business-to-business Sears Commercial Sales and Appliance Builder/Distributor businesses. Its Sears Commercial Sales provides appliances and services to commercial customers in the single-family residential construction/remodel, property management, multi-family new construction, and government/military sectors; and Appliance Builder/Distributor business offers premium appliance and plumbing fixtures to architects, designers, and new construction or remodeling customers, and is currently operating in 10 markets with 17 facilities. It also provides home services, with approximately more than 13 million service and installation calls made annually. It operates websites under the sears.com and kma
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