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Cyber Monday 2014: Sears and Kmart

Sears and Kmart’s Cyber Week deals start Sunday, Nov. 30 at midnight, and run until Saturday, Dec. 6 at 11:59 p.m. Sears has been losing money and closing department stores as of late, and the multinational department store chain based in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, also owns Kmart, which has likewise been losing money. During the three months before November 2, …

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Black Friday 2014: The Best Deals

Black Friday, which historically has occurred on the day after Thanksgiving (the fourth Thursday of November), is often regarded as the beginning of the holiday shopping season. Some of the most notable deals from various businesses include: Best Buy, which opens at 8 a.m., local time, and closes at 10 p.m.: – a Panasonic 50″ Class LED 1080p HDTV for …

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Sears Black Friday 2014 Deals Online

Black Friday, a ritual when ravenous consumers hoard big-box retailers to secure their deals, is right around the corner, though Sears customers can now shop for doorbusters online. Black Friday, which historically has occurred on the day after Thanksgiving (the fourth Thursday of November), is often regarded as the beginning of the holiday shopping season. In order to compete with …

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Best Buy Black Friday Doorbuster Deals

Consumer electronics big-box retailer Best Buy has posted some of its Black Friday 2013 doorbusters online. Amidst Walmart’s complicated 2013 triad of pre-Black Friday sales events, which some might say have diminished the entire concept of Black Friday retail deal-rushing madness, as well has Sears’ online member’s-only presale, Best Buy has launched its own complex pre-Friday sales-viewing advertisement. What does …

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Sears Black Friday 2013: More Like Black Week

Sears Black Friday is definitely more like all week! As in today – and every day leading up to Friday, Nov. 29. If some of you are confused, no need to be. Here’s the deal: Sears decided to switch things up a bit this year! In a brief press release, the department retail giant announced over a week ago that …

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Sears Black Friday Doorbusters Online

Sears, which has been losing money and closing department stores as of late, has posted an ad for Black Friday doorbuster deals. Sears, the multinational department store chain based in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, also owns Kmart, which has likewise been losing money. During the three months before November 2, Sears saw losses of $534 million, or $5.03 per share. A …

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Artist Successfully Funds Kickstarter to Go Around the Country Painting Sears Stores

For everyone bitching about the recent co-opting of Kickstarter by the privileged elite, you know, well-established Hollywood players using the crowdfunding site for their new projects – take this as a counterpoint. This is the best use of Kickstarter in its purest form. This is beautiful. Pop artist Brandon Bird simply asked for $8,000 to travel the country painting various …

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Paula Deen Loses Sears, Kmart, Walgreen

Paula Deen’s empire seems to be crumbling faster and faster. After losing Walmart, Smithfield Foods, Novo Nordisk, and her Food Network show, Paula was probably hoping the week would just end and spare her any more bloodletting. But today Sears Holdings announced that they were also cutting Paula’s apron strings. That lost her Sears and Kmart. And before the day …

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Check Out The New Pay-As-You-Go Fulfillment Service From Sears

Disclosure: Sears Holdings is an advertiser on WebProNews and participated in interviews for this article as part of their sponsorship. Sears Holdings recently launched Fulfilled By Sears, a turnkey fulfillment service for third party merchants, that include products and services for online, in-store, mobile and fulfillment logistics. “Our goal is to help our clients unify their business across all channels …

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Mobile Pay Options About To Increase With Merchant Customer Exchange

A group of retailers, including Walmart, Target, 7-Eleven, Best Buy, CVS, Lowe’s, Shell, Publix, Sears, Alon, Darden, HyVee, Michael’s and Sunoco are teaming up to offer customers another mobile payments option. The initiative is called Merchant Customer Exchange (MCX). The group of retailers behind MCX, which will grow, seems to think that they have an edge over mobile payments competitors …

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