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  2. Devastating Photos of Dying Sears and Kmart Stores

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    Michael Lisicky A chaotic assortment of food and home goods greets shoppers at a now-closed Kmart in Essex, Maryland. Sears and Kmart announced they would merge in late 2004, but the decision...

  3. Kmart - Wikipedia

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    Kmart bought the chain's entire American holdings in 1989, having owned a 49 percent share before. The Makro stores were later converted to Pace or closed in 1990. Office Square was a chain selling office supplies and office furniture which was a spin-off of Builders Square. In 1991, OfficeMax was acquired by Kmart and Office Square was merged ...

  4. EXCLUSIVE: A Jaclyn Smith Fashion Redux, Sans Kmart

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    Jaclyn Smith has parted ways with Kmart, but her fashion collection is being rebirthed for a fall/holiday 2022 launch through a licensing agreement with RDG Global LLC, WWD has learned. “I can’t...

  5. Kmart Australia - Wikipedia

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    Kmart Australia Limited was born out of a joint venture between G.J Coles & Coy Limited (Coles) and the S.S. Kresge Company which was the company that operated Kmart stores in the United States. Kresge owned 51% of the common stock in the company and Coles owned the remaining 49%, together they began to develop Kmart stores in Australia in 1968.

  6. List of defunct retailers of the United States - Wikipedia

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    Anchor Blue – youth-oriented mall chain, founded in 1972 as Miller's Outpost. The brand had 150 stores at its peak, predominantly on the West Coast. Anchor Blue declared bankruptcy in 2009 and shuttered more than 50 stores, and gradually shrank to include stores solely in California.

  7. List of superstores - Wikipedia

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    Kmart (Transformco)- groceries, clothing, general merchandise; Kohl's - clothing, home goods, kitchen supplies; Kroger - groceries, general merchandise (Marketplace) Food 4 Less & Foods Co. - groceries; Fred Meyer - groceries, clothing, general merchandise; La-Z-Boy - furniture; Lechmere - electronics, furniture (defunct) Levitz Furniture ...

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