Sears' post-bankruptcy turnaround effort seems to be failing already.
News & Analysis: Sears Holdings
Retail isn't dead, but it looks a lot different from just a few years ago.
It's still likely a matter of time before the end comes.
The once-mighty retailer will stay in business for now, but it still has poor prospects for long-term survival.
Government insurer says Sears Holdings chairman's plan ignores any funding for retailer's retirees.
Chairman Eddie Lampert's bid to buy the bankrupt retailer still has to overcome strong objections.
But it's still unlikely to survive for more than a few extra years.
Shares of the retailer popped after creditors agreed to accept Eddie Lampert's rescue plan. Here's what you need to know.
Shares of the bankrupt retailer jumped after Chairman Eddie Lampert upped his offer to buy the company.
The hedge fund operator won a brief stay of execution for the retailer in bankruptcy protection.