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Sears To Shutter 72 More Stores 
After a poor first quarter, Sears Holdings is planning to close 72 more stores, out of 100 non-profitable stores that the company said it has identified. The move comes in the wake of a string of recent closures, including about 400 locations in the last 12 months. At the moment, Sears and Kmart have 570 and 430 stores, respectively.


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