- Ten-year Sears Holdings SHLD employee Steve Dennis makes an intriguing pitch on his blog on why the retailer should liquidate itself (h/t CNBC).
- At the top of his list are the points that Sears longer holds a value proposition and is facing an increasing gap with rivals.
- After a few potshots at CEO Eddie Lampert, Dennis notes that even strong brands such as Craftsman and Kenmore are losing more value every day.
- "It’s only Sears legacy equity and Lampert’s ability to pick at the carcass that has propped up the corpse, " eulogizes Dennis.
Analysis: Sears should liquidate while it can
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