No Houston Sears Axed Today

NO HOUSTON SEARS AXED TODAY Each and every Houston Sears location has survived this year’s second round of cuts — announced by the retailer’s parent company yesterday. 48 locations total will shutter, as well as 15 Kmarts — which are no longer native to Houston. Over the past 15 months, Sears Holding Company has closed 530 stores between both brands. In that same time frame, Houston lost 4 Sears: at 9570 Southwest Fwy., West Oaks Mall, Friendswood’s Baybrook Mall — and the oldest of the bunch — in Midtown. Three locations beyond Beltway 8 — in Baytown’s San Jacinto Mall and Humble’s Deebrook Mall, and the Pasadena Town Square — went up for auction in April, but all remain open for business. [USA Today; closures; previously on Swamplot] Photo of Sears at 4000 N. Shepherd Dr.: Eric B.

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  • Slowest liquidation in history. Eddie Lampert has kept Sears Holdings on life support so that he can strip the copper from the wires. Disgusting vulture capitalist.

  • I saw a story in the news that, in the same story mind you, gave Obama credit for the latest positive job numbers and GDP growth — and then blamed Trump for Sears and Toys-R-Us