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Sears Went From Gilded-Age Boom to Digital-Age Bankruptcy

Sears Went From Gilded-Age Boom to Digital-Age Bankruptcy

The Sears Roebuck Building at the Century of Progress International Exposition in Chicago in 1933.
How Sears Was the Amazon of Its Day

How Sears Was the Amazon of Its Day

A view from around 1900 of the freight packing room of Sears in Chicago. Twenty million Americans, out of a population of 76 million, got Sears catalogs that year.
Sears Went From Gilded-Age Boom to Digital-Age Bankruptcy

Sears Went From Gilded-Age Boom to Digital-Age Bankruptcy

The Sears Roebuck Building at the Century of Progress International Exposition in Chicago in 1933.
How the Hedge Fund Manager Running Sears Cut His Losses

How the Hedge Fund Manager Running Sears Cut His Losses

The hedge fund manager who leads Sears has lost money on his investment in the retailer but has also taken control of valuable real estate and other assets.
How the Hedge Fund Manager Running Sears Cut His Losses

How the Hedge Fund Manager Running Sears Cut His Losses

The hedge fund manager who leads Sears has lost money on his investment in the retailer but has also taken control of valuable real estate and other assets.
Charles Harrison, 87, Designer Who Reshaped the View-Master, Dies

Charles Harrison, 87, Designer Who Reshaped the View-Master, Dies

The industrial designer Charles Harrison at his home in Evanston, Ill., in 2008. His first big hit was a reimagined View-Master.
Sears Is Dying, but Workers’ Loyalty Lives On

Sears Is Dying, but Workers’ Loyalty Lives On

Mattie Hughey and Pat Noble, who both worked in the catalog warehouse at Sears, attended a recent luncheon meeting of the Atlanta alumni group.
Sears Is Dying, but Workers’ Loyalty Lives On

Sears Is Dying, but Workers’ Loyalty Lives On

Mattie Hughey and Pat Noble, who both worked in the catalog warehouse at Sears, attended a recent luncheon meeting of the Atlanta alumni group.
Sears Is Dying, but Workers’ Loyalty Lives On

Sears Is Dying, but Workers’ Loyalty Lives On

Mattie Hughey and Pat Noble, who both worked in the catalog warehouse at Sears, attended a recent luncheon meeting of the Atlanta alumni group.