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and poor Roebuck

Posted By: sweetgrass
Date: Thursday, October 11, 2018 at 12:01 pm

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HoopUte icon NEW: Well it looks like the slow motion train wreck that has been Sears Holdings is finally nearing its end
HoopUte - -- Thursday 11 October 2018, at 11:14 am [ID# 1926224] [reply]
sweetgrass icon NEW: and poor Roebuck
sweetgrass - -- Thursday 11 October 2018, at 12:01 pm [ID# 1926225] [reply]
HoopUte icon NEW: My dad shot a roebuck when he was in the Army over in Germany/Luxemburg post WWII. That might explain it.
HoopUte - -- Thursday 11 October 2018, at 12:40 pm [ID# 1926228] [reply]
Red Don icon NEW: Hey, he made $10,000 and his name became famous. (nm)
Red Don - Top 25 Poster -- Thursday 11 October 2018, at 12:58 pm [ID# 1926231] [reply]
o NEW: I remember as a kid circling the things I wanted for Christmas in their annual Christmas catalog. Eons ago (nm)
FlyfishingUte - -- Thursday 11 October 2018, at 12:53 pm [ID# 1926230] [reply]
GUBA icon NEW: For many years Sears in Canada was a separate company. It was first formed as a JV between Simpson's department store and Sears, Roebuck & Co. My grandmother worked in the Simpson-Sears catalog pickup department for many years.
GUBA - -- Thursday 11 October 2018, at 01:19 pm [ID# 1926233] [reply]
Maji Man icon NEW: Both Sears and JC Penney failed miserably to successfully transition a catalog business into an interwebs business.
Maji Man - -- Thursday 11 October 2018, at 01:45 pm [ID# 1926239] [reply]
pangloss icon NEW: He also fostered a Darwinian / Ayn Rand 'survival of the fittest' culture within the company. Sears region v. region, division v. division, store v. store. It was disastrous.
pangloss - -- Thursday 11 October 2018, at 01:46 pm [ID# 1926240] [reply]
Mineral Ute icon NEW: Who is John Galt? (nm)
Mineral Ute - -- Thursday 11 October 2018, at 02:45 pm [ID# 1926243] [reply]
HoopUte icon NEW: Yup. They had a diverse, respected supply chain and all the distribution tools.
HoopUte - -- Thursday 11 October 2018, at 02:45 pm [ID# 1926244] [reply]
pangloss icon NEW: Craftsman was the model of quality & customer support too. You could take an ancient broken Craftsman tool in and they would replace it - like Costco. (nm)
pangloss - -- Thursday 11 October 2018, at 03:29 pm [ID# 1926248] [reply]
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