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Eddie Lampert bids $4.6 billion to keep Sears alive - or to 'drain more blood' from it

5 monthes ago   |   By Los Angeles Times

Eddie Lampert has offered to buy Sears Holdings Corp. out of bankruptcy in a bid to salvage the failing retail empire he has controlled for more than a decade. The chairman of Sears, whose ESL Investments ranks as the biggest shareholder and creditor, outlined a $4.6-billion preliminary bid in...
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Sears Chairman Edward Lampert bids $4.6 billion to rescue iconic retailer from bankruptcy

5 monthes ago   |   By Chicago Tribune

The hedge fund run by Sears Chairman Edward Lampert is offering to buy many of the bankrupt retailer's remaining assets for about $4.6 billion with hopes of keeping the chain in business and continuing to employ about 50,000 of its workers. The bid from Lampert's ESL Investments includes about...
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Sears Chairman Lampert makes $4.6 billion bid for bankrupt retailer

5 monthes ago   |   By Reuters

Sears Holdings Corp Chairman Eddie Lampert's ESL Investments Inc has made an offer valued at $4.6 billion to buy the bankrupt U.S. retailer, one of the only options that would prevent the department store chain from shutting its doors for good.
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Sears Chairman Edward Lampert bids $4.6 billion for bankrupt chain

5 monthes ago   |   By Chicago Tribune

The hedge fund run by Sears Chairman Edward Lampert is offering to buy many of the bankrupt retailer's remaining assets for about $4.6 billion with hopes of keeping the chain in business and continuing to employ about 50,000 of its workers. The bid includes about 500 Sears and Kmart stores, headquarters...
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Sears Chairman Lampert submits bid to buy bankrupt retailer

5 monthes ago   |   By Reuters

Sears Holdings Corp Chairman Eddie Lampert's ESL Partners LP has submitted a bid valued at $4.6 billion to buy the bankrupt retailer, the hedge fund said on Thursday.
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Eddie Lampert offers $4.6 billion to buy Sears out of bankruptcy

Eddie Lampert offers $4.6 billion to buy Sears out of bankruptcy

5 monthes ago   |   By New York Post

Sears Holdings Chairman Eddie Lampert's ESL Partners LP has submitted a $4.6 billion bid to buy the bankrupt retailer, the hedge fund said on Thursday. Sears, which had filed for bankruptcy protection on Oct. 15, faces a Dec. 15 deadline to find a buyer to keep it in business, according to court papers.
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