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Woman Charged With Child Endangerment After 7 Children Found Alone In Vacant Chicago Apartment

Home Sweet Home Chicago

00:28 sec | 4 months ago

Woman Charged With Child Endangerment After 7 Children Found Alone In Vacant Chicago Apartment

"Have have charged charged a a woman woman after after seven seven Children Children were were found found in in an an apartment apartment on on the the West West side side that that should should have have been been vacant. vacant. 31 31 year year old old Jesse Jesse Hunt's Hunt's been been charged charged with with seven seven charge charge seven seven counts counts of of child child endangerment. endangerment. WGN's WGN's James James Sears Sears has has more more police police were were called called out out to to the the building building near Trumbull. And here on yesterday afternoon, a neighbor told police someone was in the empty first floor apartment. Officers found seven Children. The oldest was 14, the youngest 23 months. They were all taken to the hospital to be checked out and are in good condition.

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Chicago launches winter outdoor dining design challenge

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:29 sec | 9 months ago

Chicago launches winter outdoor dining design challenge

"Ella Ella Baby Baby summer, summer, and and it it it certainly certainly certainly feels feels feels feels like like like like it it it it outside. outside. outside. outside. But But But the the the city city city of of of Chicago Chicago Chicago want want want you you you to to to be be be thinking thinking thinking winner. winner. winner. We We We get get get more more more from from from WG WG WG ens ens ens James James James Sears. Sears. Sears. What What What will will will the the the outdoor outdoor outdoor dining dining dining experience look like in a winter with the Corona virus? That's what the city and Illinois Restaurant Association want to know. The winter design challenges looking for creative and innovative outdoor dining solutions from Chicago wins that follow Corben 19 protocols You have until September, 7 to get your idea in James Here's W G N News

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"sears sears" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"sears sears" Discussed on WBAI

"The government understand that they cannot play these shenanigans anymore right up to them and making sure that the people's voice yes the you begin even if this recent a high you're beginning to sound like John Breaux you begin to celebrate John Sears Sears boy so what's what's what's the the future of your film making what's what's the latest on that front well I'm actually on several projects that they need independent filmmaker all the and about one project that I'm very excited about that I've acquired the functions to a book by well known Canadian author called the bishop land it is about where the Catholic Church and regarding child molestation it is the it's a very well did the book and I'm very excited about the script the bay bridge myself right now we are in negotiations with them right it's in there and and some producers and I hope that the twenty twenty I will be able to make that great great and there's another project that I'm working on which I'm very excited about which is about the history of the Middle East in nineteen eighteen and how or you became the evil in the Middle East that have changed it to let you know what now yeah so these are the two people that we live about that I hope that twenty twenty will be a turning point and realize these.

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Over a third of online Black Friday purchases came from phones

This Week in Tech

02:49 min | 2 years ago

Over a third of online Black Friday purchases came from phones

"About black Friday over a third of online sales on Friday were from phones. This is a big big jump. This is a lot of this comes from adobe. I don't know why. But adobe analytics, they get all the information. Unreal. How a third of online sales were on smartphones. And black Friday that's up from twenty nine percent. A year. Earlier two point two point one billion in sales. A leap from the previous record one point four billion which was last cyber Monday. When can we retire the sir term cyber Monday? Right. That was before you could shop on your fun, wait till work open because the computer while you're shopping, right? That's the point of cyber Monday. And now, it's an totally meaningless term. And the and we also have to retire the word Friday because black Friday as to now begins on thanksgiving or before black Thursday. And in fact, there was a huge amount of sales on thanksgiving. People were buying on thanksgiving, even Google had a big sale starting on thanksgiving morning online sales for black Friday six point two two billion. According to analysts of adobe analytics that's up twenty three percent Twenty-three percent growth year over year. Kind of proves that the phone is the platform now, and that all of us on computers are just dinosaurs top-selling devices, laptops, streaming devices like Roku, chrome cast and fire. Tv. Top selling video games, read them, red dead, redemption to let's go Pika chew and God of war. Thanksgiving Day itself. Three point seven billion dollars in sales Thanksgiving Day. Eat the Turkey, go shopping. That's I think that is a big shift. Yeah. And if you count all the member thirty eight billion dollars in online sales in the month. Cyber Monday, which doesn't exist. According to Adam. I'm just saying it's an antique and should be retired sales expected to grow seventeen should retire. That word is this scene at the came up with that. No, they're using it. It's like, no, I think it's a Dobie analytics, and then there's giving Tuesday, and there's what you're gonna buy. The saturday. Throw your money at me Thursday what the F Wednesday with the F Wednesday. The one place wasn't too busy. Sears sears.

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"sears sears" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"sears sears" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Right. And what you see this concept of the last mile, right? There's a lot of a lot of talk about this the idea that like already there's a lot of products on Amazon you can order that will be at your door in the same day. Okay. And what they're moving towards whether it's Uber, Amazon or others. They want to figure out how to make it. So that when you order something online or better yet when you're out of something before you even know you're out of it like I buy ketchup every five weeks it's week four and a half. Catch. It's gonna show up at my house. That's where we're going. And so what it means to retail is that the retail store the place that you used to go the last mile meeting how to get it from distribution center to your door that last mile used to be you, right, Abby. You would stop and pick up catch. Chip. And you'd bring it the last mile from the convenience store or the supermarket near your house, and what Amazon and others are now doing is saying, hey, you don't have to do anything. You can order it over just. We'll just no you need it. Like, a smart fridges are coming where when the ketchup is out. They know in the milk is added knows it. That's all coming. So what happens to the retail real estate? It changes. Okay. Where you may not go in anymore. But there's still has to be real estate close enough to where you live that there are certain things perishable that if you want them they've got to get them to you. So we're starting to see a change in mindset where real estate that could be utilized to store the things that used to be picture seven eleven that. You don't go inside of anymore. You gas up but inside the seven eleven it's still the stuff you used to buy from seven eleven, but it gets brought to you by somebody. Who's an Uber delivery person picks it up there and brings it to you. Okay. This is what the talk of what's happening in retail is even though how you get. It is going to change the fact that it has to get to you doesn't change. How it gets to you? Maybe you, and maybe somebody else it, let me be a drone delivers it, but there's still has to be ketchup and milk near enough to your home catches, a bad example because not perishable, but has to it has to be lettuce and bread and milk. Right. There can still get to you. And so I think that from that standpoint. It's a riskier play to by the retail real estate. But I'll tell you what I'm doing. I'm buying real estate on buying single family rentals near the new Amazon distribution center this being built in Charlotte. So I know that that's retail essentially because retailers changing, but what's happening is creating jobs in and around the distribution centers for my investments are shifting from more, outward suburbs down to be tight near those distribution centers. Because I know they could add twenty five hundred jobs right near the distribution center on buying real estate. You can ride your bike to work from. That's right. So how do you think? How does the chapter eleven filing by Sears effect? This overall strategy. I think when you see Sears, and you see toys R us and you see blockbuster video. These are all examples of companies that didn't shift fast enough. Okay. They just didn't change fast enough. I don't I don't know the inner workings of Sears as well as I know what happened to me blockbuster video is a sad story because they just got eaten alive by net flicks. That's right. At literally what they, but they were saying back when this was all happening is they were Scoffing and laughing and death lakes and saying no one's going to do that. They like coming into the store. Right. No one. Let's go into the store. They like pushing one button and getting access to the movie. So, yeah, it's awesome. The reason why like red box didn't didn't take off same thing. Yeah. I would hate to be in that business. My actual response to this question is this is why I love real estate because I have a quick enough guy. But I'm not quick enough to figure out how people are going to watch their TV shows like if I were net flicks. I wouldn't be comfortable because you know, what? There was a time not long ago that I remember that nobody even heard of that before somebody's gonna come along and eat their lunch. Also, potentially what I like is things that don't really ever change people. Even if the virtual reality means, you never gonna leave home. Well, guess what I want to own a home that you rent, right? So there are certain things that are timeless. Physical real estate is one of those timeless things that play the changes in the shifting market place. Shifting consumer behavior, but one concern behavior that is not going to change his people wanting to live indoors wanted to live in a warm house in the winter and a cool house in the summer, they want if they're going to want to have kids the kids didn't want to play out in the backyard at least once in a while with a dump laid fortnight. So I feel like real estate is the perfect. Hedge against wildly changing consumer behavior because certain consumer behavior just aren't going to change at a lot of those things tilt towards residential real estate because lay their head down at night to go to bed. I feel the same way about Sears. I think the I mean, I have a feeling that they're obviously going to repurpose their stores. Right. Maybe Amazon can use that as a distribution warehouse. That was like a fantasy that I had I thought that would just be the coolest thing ever. So every Sears location becomes like this Amazon pick-up center, I think that would be real they announced it, right? Amazon announced they're opening up stores that are that don't have actually know told me that an Uber driver told me that Amazon announced I saw the story. Five minutes later. They read the story. Amazon is having cashier stores. And the Uber driver was mad about the cashiers losing their jobs, and I didn't say because I was in the back of her car was gonna mention what about those cab drivers that you can took their job away. But okay, whatever. Yeah. The stuff changes. I think that it is a really interesting time to be alive and consumer you might be right for except that fits in. With my thesis that retail real estate like Sears. Stores. Here's the problem with Sears stores. They bought them. They bought the real estate Sears owns a lot of the stores that actual physical stores that they used to occupy now the retail model that bought those stores based on is becoming obsolete. And so the value of those stores as retail Alice, Michael Bye-bye, they will might wind up being warehouse facilities that have a pickup element to them. The real estate will still be valuable probably not just probably just not as valuable as what Sears paid for them. Yeah. I also think some of these shopping centers, for example, if you go to these major clothing stores, I think what's going to happen with them is they're not going to have as much. Product stocked. That's that's all going to go away. And instead you'll have a bar. You'll have an experience at sea. Macy's and you'll find a couple of your sizes the try on if it works, then great. They'll go ahead and ship it for free directly to your house. All in the comfort of having an sipping a cocktail at Macy's. That's when I feel this is going to go to you. I feel like it's going to be very experienced based for people and given that millennials have this yolo you only live once methodology and kind of framework for their world. And the fact that we live in a microwave society, it makes sense. So you know, it's funny, which is heavy you mentioned series. We talked about Sears Sears began as a Cadillac. Yeah. That was where they started. So they began of order the Cadillac liberty your home. They went out and opened up stores. They bought the stores they ended up over leveraging. Maybe the Sears brand will will come back around again as being being a monster aware you buy online and have it delivered. We'll see you know, it's going to see it's going to depend on who takes the range, and whether or not the Sears brand actually means anything anybody anymore. I kind of hope that it will. But.

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"sears sears" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"sears sears" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"So a pretty good show today run on. On stock market loses for. So let's talk about what happens to companies again who fail to see the writing on the wall who failed to move who failed to make who fail to recognize that life is always changing. And failed to recognize that just because things are the way they are today. Doesn't mean that that's how they'll be tomorrow. It turns out that there are several eight retailers as a matter of fact who can't afford disappointing sales in at the over this holiday season. These are massive companies. We already talked about Sears Sears is bankrupt. They're they're going to shutter. The there's nothing about Sears. It's going to keep them open JC Penney as the same way. I remember as JC Penney was the place. We bought all that with you were a poor kid. You got you closed JC Penney. And it was one of the largest retailers, and they had great good close good-quality closed at a at a discount price. My momma did a lot of shopping JC Penney. When we were kids Neiman, Marcus. And the upscale JC Penney's right K mart bed bath and beyond all of these companies bed bath, and you be on may be able to save themselves, but Sears JC Penney and KMart they're dying. JC penny stock is under two dollars. I just looked at GE's stock if he has seen that that thing plummeted it apparently now hasn't moved in twenty five years, if you if you've been holding Jay's Aven holding GE's stock as a, you know, as a bellwether, you know, is one of those blue ribbon stocks that everybody blue chip stocks. Everybody wants to hold if you've been holding that thing for the last twenty years, you literally made zero dollars off of it. Plus the lost the opportunity cost that came with not being invested in something else. This is why I'm telling you, man. If you don't know how to invest your money, you.

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"sears sears" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"sears sears" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"The once great company were shriveled and sickly Suzanne take us through this those founders were had left the business within just a very few years. And it was really other people that turned it into the, you know, the juggernaut that it became hard to imagine. But they really were the Amazon of their day. They just an incredible power. How powerhouse I mean from dishwashers and back to school clothing. To hold everything. Houses right now important was that Sears catalog? Oh that I mean, I really transformed the rural rural Americans who before that really had no way of getting good. I think at one point they were shipping. Thomas every American Home in in the country, and you know, people to this day still remember coming through that catalog for as a kid for Christmas gift that catalog really meant a lot to people, and you said to which I didn't know that Sears was actually one of the first companies to deliver one of the first companies have a website right right back in nineteen ninety nine. They were an early mover. And a lot of ways they weren't able to execute recently on some of on some of their vision. You know, so yeah, they launched a website in nineteen ninety nine which was which is early, but they just weren't able to capitalize on that. And just locked ground to everyone from Macy's to Amazon, WalMart, what are the observers say was the downfall. Like, why couldn't they? Is there was a problem? They lost focus and back in the eighties. They diversified into financial services. They bought game winner and Colo banker. And although they ended up selling all those businesses about a decade later, you know, that took their eye off the ball. And and in the in the interim, you had companies like WalMart and target opening hundred the story in strip centers, which were closer to where people lived, and these these big box chains were easier to shop you could get in and out quickly. And all of a sudden here's woke up to find that it it. It's stores which were basically in shopping malls warrant where people were shopping anymore. It hasn't made money since when. Two thousand ten we're speaking with Wall Street Journal. Reporter Suzanne captor pieces about Sears Sears shaped America from Kenmore to AllState now in the wake of its bankruptcy. Filing a hundred thousand pensioners who worked for Sears are they in trouble potentially. But the government pension guarantee organization is actually lifted a series largest creditor. And so it's unclear exactly how that's gonna work the the pensioners may be okay. But some of their financial security may be eroded. But that's something metal have to be negotiated and in bankruptcy court. There was a think a graphic in your story. What nine hundred something stores at one point recently to whittled down almost like a fraction of that. Well, that's right. And through this bankruptcy project. Now, they want to close another one hundred and fifty immediately. They're gonna put two hundred fifty review and maybe. Just like three hundred stores, which is kind of unbelievable. We'll fall thanks is in Wall Street Journal. Reporter Suzanne cap.

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"sears sears" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"sears sears" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The once great company was shriveled and sickly Suzanne take us through this those founders were had left a business within just a very few years. And and it was really other people that turned it into the, you know, the juggernaut that it became it's almost hard to imagine. But they really were the Amazon of their day. They would just an incredible power. How powerhouse I mean from dishwashers and back to school clothing. To hold everything. Houses right now important was that Sears catalog? Oh that I mean, I really transformed the lives rule American true before that really had no getting good. I think at one point they were shipping kind of Lancome every American Home in the in the country, and you know, people to this day still remember coming through that catalog for toys as a kid for Christmas gift catalog, really meant a lot to people use it to which I didn't know that Sears always actually one of the first companies to deliver one of the first companies have a website, right right back in one thousand nine hundred nine you know, they were an early mover. And a lot of ways they weren't able to execute recently on some of on some of their vision. You know, so yeah, they launched a website in nineteen ninety nine which was which is early, but they just weren't able to capitalize on that. And just lost ground to everyone from Macy's to Amazon to WalMart. What are the observers say was the downfall? Like, why couldn't they capitalize? Is it was the problem? They lost focus and back in the eighties. They diversified into financial services. They bought game winner and Coldwell Banker. And although they ended up selling all those businesses about a decade later that took their eye off the ball. And and in the in the interim, you had companies like WalMart and target opening hundreds of stores in strip centers which were closer to where people lived in. These big box chains were easier to shop he could get in and out quickly. And all of a sudden fears woke up to find that it wasn't it. It's stores which were basically in shopping malls warrant where people were shopping anymore. It hasn't made money since when. Two thousand ten we're speaking with Wall Street Journal reporter, Suzanne captor, her pieces about Sears Sears reshaped America from Kenmore to AllState now in the wake of its bankruptcy. Filing a hundred thousand pensioners who worked for Sears are they in trouble potentially. But the government pension guarantee organization is actually listed a series largest creditor. And so it's unclear exactly how that's gonna work the pensioners may be okay. But some of their financial security may be eroded. But. Know that's something that'll have to be negotiated and in bankruptcy court. There was a think a graphic in your story. What nine hundred something stores at one point recently to whittle down almost like a fraction of that. Well, that's right. And through this bankruptcy process. Now, they want to close another hundred and fifty immediately. They're gonna put two hundred fifty review, and and maybe ended up with just like three hundred stores, which is kind of unbelievable fall in Wall Street Journal. Reporter Suzanne cap ner. This portion of the program is brought to you by Brooklyn linen sheets named the winner of the best of online betting.

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"sears sears" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"sears sears" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Reporter Suzanne capture says by the time Sears limped into bankruptcy yesterday. The once great company was shriveled and sickly Suzanne take us through this those founders were had left the business within just a very few years. And and it was really other people that turned it into the, you know, the juggernaut that it became it's almost hard to imagine. But they really were the Amazon of their day. They were just an incredible para how powerhouse I mean from dishwashers and back to school clothing. Hold everything. Houses right now important was that Sears catalog that I mean, it really transformed the lives of rural rural Americans who before that really had no way of getting goods. I think at one point they were shifting you kind of on every American Home in the in the country, and you know, people to Jay still remember coming through that catalog for toys as a kid for Christmas gifts catalogue, really meant a lot of people use it to which I I didn't know Sears was actually one of the first companies to deliver one of the first companies have a website, right right back in one thousand nine hundred nine you know, they were an early mover. And a lot of ways they weren't able to execute recently on some of on some of their vision. You know, so yeah, they launched a Wednesday nineteen ninety nine which was which is early, but they just weren't able to capitalize on that. And just lost ground to everyone from Macy's to Amazon to WalMart. What are the observers say was the downfall? Like, why couldn't they cap? Allies the problem. They lost focus and back in the eighties. They diversified into financial services. They bought game winner and Coldwell Banker. And although they ended up selling all those businesses about a decade later that took their eye off the ball. And and in the interim you had companies like WalMart and target opening hundreds of stores in strip centers which were closer to where people lived in. These big box chains were easier to shop you could get in and out quickly. And all of a sudden here's woke up to find that it wasn't mean, we stores which were basically in shopping malls weren't where people were shopping anymore. It hasn't made money since when. Two thousand ten. Speaking with Wall Street Journal. Reporter Suzanne captor pieces about Sears Sears reshaped America from Kenmore to AllState now in the wake of its bankruptcy. Filing a hundred thousand pensioners who worked for Sears are they in trouble potentially. But the government pension guarantee organization is actually listed a series largest creditor. And so it's unclear exactly how that's gonna work the pensioners may be okay. But some of their financial security may be eroded. But you know, that's something that'll have to be negotiated in in bankruptcy court. There was a think a graphic in your story. What nine hundred something stores at one point recently to like just whittle down almost like a fraction of that. Well, that's right. And through this bankruptcy process. Now, they want to close another hundred and fifty immediately. They're going to put two hundred fifty up for review and maybe end up with just like three hundred stores, which is kind of unbelievable. Fall. Thanks is in Wall Street Journal. Reporter Suzanne cap ner..

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"sears sears" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"sears sears" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The one great company was shriveled and sickly Suzanne take us through this founders were had left the business within just a very few years. And it was really other people that turned it into the, you know, the juggernaut that it became hard to imagine. But they really were the Amazon of their day. An incredible power. How powerhouse from dishwashers and back to school clothing to hold everything into houses right now important was that Sears catalog. Oh that I mean, it really transformed the line rule American before that really had no way of getting good. I think at one point they were shipping, a kind of Lancome with every American Home in the in the country, and you know, people to this day still remember coming through that catalog for ROY. As a kid for Christmas gift that catalog really meant a lot to people use it to which I didn't know that Sears is actually one of the first companies to deliver one of the first companies have a website right right back in nineteen ninety nine. They were an early mover. And a lot of ways they weren't able to execute recently on some of on some of their vision, you know, so yeah, they launched a Winston in nineteen ninety nine which was which is early, but they just weren't able to capitalize on that. And just lost ground to everyone from Macy's to Amazon to WalMart. What are the observers say was the downfall? Like, why couldn't they capitalize? It was the problem. They lost focus and back in the eighties. They diversified into financial services. We bought game winner and Coldwell Banker. And although they ended up selling all those was about a decade later, you know, took their eye off the ball. And and in the in the interim, you had companies like WalMart and target opening hundred story in strip Tanner. Which were closer to where people lived, and these these big box chains were easier to shop you could get in and out quickly. And here's woke up to find that it it. It's stores which were basically in shopping malls weren't where people were shopping anymore. It hasn't made money since when. We're speaking with Wall Street Journal. Reporter Suzanne captor pieces about Sears Sears reshaped America from Kenmore to AllState now in the wake of its bankruptcy. Filing a hundred thousand pensioners who worked for Sears. Are they in trouble? But the government pension guarantee organization is actually lifted a series largest creditor. And so it's unclear exactly how that's gonna work. The may be okay. But some of their financial security may be rotated. But that's something that'll have to be negotiated and in bankruptcy court. There was a I think a graphic in your story. What nine hundred something stores at one point recently to like just whittled down. They almost like a fraction of that. Well, that's right. And through the bankruptcy process. Now, they want to close another hundred and fifty immediately. They're gonna put two hundred fifty review and maybe end up with just like three hundred stores, which is kind of unbelievable fall in Wall Street Journal. Reporter Suzanne.

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"sears sears" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"sears sears" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The once great company was shriveled and sickly Suzanne take us through this founders were had left a business within just a very few years. And it was really other people that turned it into the, you know, the juggernaut that it became it. It's almost hard to imagine. But they really were the Amazon of their day. They would just an incredible power. How powerhouse I mean from dishwashers and back to school clothing. Hold everything. Houses right now important was that Sears catalog? Oh that I mean, it really transformed the lives of Americans who before that really had no way of getting good. I think at one point they were shipping at kind of Lancome with every American Home in the in the country, and you know, people to this day still remember coming through that catalog for ROY as a kid for Christmas gifts that catalog really meant a lot to people use it to which I I didn't know that Sears was actually one of the first companies to deliver one of the first companies have a website right right back in nineteen ninety nine. They were an early mover. And a lot of ways they weren't able to execute recently on some of on some of their vision, you know, they launched a Winston in nineteen ninety nine which was which is early, but they just weren't able to capitalize on that. And just lost ground to everyone from Macy's to Amazon to WalMart. What are the observers say was the downfall? Like, why couldn't they capitalize? Is it was the problem? They lost focus and back in the eighties. They diversified into financial services. They bought game winner and Coldwell Banker. And although they ended up selling all those businesses about a decade later that took care of the ball. And and in the in the interim, you had companies like WalMart and target opening hundreds of story in strip centers, which were closer to where people lived, and these these big box chains were easier to shop you could get in and out quickly. And all of a sudden here's woke up to find that. I mean, we its stores which were basically in shopping malls weren't where people were shopping anymore. It hasn't made money since when. Two thousand ten we're speaking with Wall Street Journal. Reporter Suzanne captor pieces about Sears Sears reshaped America from Kenmore to AllState now in the wake of its bankruptcy. Filing a hundred thousand pensioners who worked for Sears. Are they in trouble? Casually. But the government pension guarantee organization is actually listed a series largest creditor. And so it's unclear exactly how that's gonna work the pensioners may be okay. But some of their financial security may be eroded. But that's something metal have to be negotiated in bankruptcy court. There was a I think a graphic in your story. What nine hundred something stores at one point recently to whittle down almost like a fraction of that. Well, that's right. And through this bankruptcy process. Now, they want to close another one hundred and fifty immediately. They're going to put two hundred fifty up review and maybe end up with just like three hundred stores, which is kind of unbelievable fall. Thanks. His an Wall Street Journal. Reporter Suzanne captor..

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"sears sears" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"sears sears" Discussed on KTOK

"The once great company was shriveled and sickly Suzanne take us through. This goes founders were had left the business within just a very few years. And it was really other people that turned it into the, you know, the juggernaut that it became it. It's almost hard to imagine. But they really were the Amazon of their day an incredible power. How powerhouse from dishwashers and back to school clothing. Hold everything. Houses right now important was that Sears catalog? Oh that I mean, it really transformed. The lives of the rural rural Americans who before that really had no way of getting good. I think at one point they were shipping every American Home in the in the country, and you know, people to this day still remember coming through that catalog for toys as a kid for Christmas gift catalog, really meant a lot to people and use it to which I I didn't know Sears was actually one of the first companies to deliver one of the first companies have a website right right back in one thousand nine hundred nine they were an early mover. And a lot of ways they weren't able to execute recently on some of on some of their vision. You know, so yeah, they launched a website in nineteen ninety nine which was which is early, but they just weren't able to capitalize on that. And just locked ground to everyone from Macy's to Amazon, WalMart, what are the observers say was the downfall. Like, why couldn't they capitalize? Is there was the problem? They lost focus and back in the eighties. They diversified into financial services. They bought game winner and Coldwell Banker. And although they ended up selling all those issues about a decade later, you know, that took their eye off the ball. And and in the in the interim, you had companies like WalMart and target opening hundreds of stores in strip centers which were closer to where people lived in. These these big box chains were easier to shop you could get in and out quickly. And all of a sudden here's woke up to find that it it. It's stores which were basically in shopping mall weren't where people were shopping anymore. It hasn't made money since when. Two thousand ten we're speaking with Wall Street Journal. Reporter Suzanne captor pieces about Sears Sears reshaped America from Kenmore to AllState now in the wake of its bankruptcy. Filing a hundred thousand pensioners who worked for Sears. Are they in trouble? Potentially. But the government pension guarantee organization is actually listed a series largest creditor. And so it's unclear exactly how that's gonna work the pensioners may be okay. But some of their financial security may be eroded. But you know, that's something metal have to be negotiated in bankruptcy court. There was a think a graphic in your story. What nine hundred something stores at one point recently to whittle down almost like a fraction of that. Well, that's right. And through this bankruptcy process. Now, they want to close another one hundred and fifty immediately. They're gonna put two hundred fifty up for review and maybe end up with just like three hundred stores, which is kind of unbelievable a fall. Thanks is an Wall Street Journal. Reporter Suzanne cap ner..

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"sears sears" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"sears sears" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The once great company was shriveled and sickly Suzanne take us through this those founders were had left a business within just a very few years. And and it was really other people that turned it into the, you know, the juggernaut that it became imagine. But they really were the Amazon of their day. They were just an incredible power. How powerhouse I mean from dishwashers and back to school clothing. To hold everything. Right now important was that Sears catalog. Oh that I mean, it really transformed alive. Americans who before that really had no way of getting good. I think at one point. They were shipping Thomason every American Home in the in the country, and you know, people still remember coming through that catalog for toys as a kid for Christmas gifts that catalog really meant a lot to people use it to which I didn't know that Sears was actually one of the first companies to deliver one of the first companies have a website, right right back in one thousand nine hundred nine you know, they were an early mover. And a lot of ways they weren't able to execute recently on some of on some of their vision. You know, so yeah, they launched a Wednesday nineteen ninety nine which was which is early, but they just weren't able to capitalize on just lost ground to everyone from Macy's to Amazon. Walmart what are the observers say was the downfall. Like, why couldn't they capitalize? It was the problem. They lost focus and back in the eighties. They diversified into financial services. I bought game winner and Coldwell Banker. And although they ended up selling all those issues about a decade later, you know, that took care of the ball. And and in the in the interim, you had companies like WalMart and target opening hundreds of stores in strip centers, which were closer to where people lived, and these these big box chains were easier to shop you could get in and out quickly. And all of a sudden fears woke up to find that it wasn't me we stores, which were basically in shopping malls warrant where people were shopping anymore. It hasn't made money since when. Two thousand ten we're speaking with Wall Street Journal reporter, Suzanne captor, her pieces about Sears Sears reshaped America from Kenmore to AllState now in the wake of its bankruptcy. Filing a hundred thousand pensioners who worked for Sears are they in trouble potentially. But the government pension guarantee organization is actually lifted a series largest creditor. And so it's unclear exactly how that's gonna work the pensioners may be okay. But some of their financial security may be eroded. But you know, that's something metal have to be. In bankruptcy court. There was a I think a graphic in your story. What nine hundred something stores at one point recently to whittle down almost like a fraction of that. Well, that's right. And through the bankruptcy process. Now, they want to close another hundred and fifty immediately. They're going to put two hundred fifty up for review, and maybe end up with just like three hundred stores, which is kind of unbelievable fall thinks is and Wall Street Journal. Reporter Suzanne cap.

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"sears sears" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"sears sears" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The once great company was shriveled and sickly Suzanne take us through this founders were had left business within just a very few years. And it was really other people that turned it into the, you know, the juggernaut that it became imagine. But they really were the Amazon of their day. They was just an incredible power. How powerhouse I mean from dishwashers and back to school clothing. How this right now important was that Sears catalog that come? I mean, it really transformed the line rule American true before that really had no way of getting good. I think at one point they were shipping every American Home in the country, and you know, people to this day still remember coming through that catalog for toys as a kid for Christmas gift catalog, really meant a lot of people use it to which I didn't know that Sears is actually one of the first companies to deliver one of the first companies have a website right right back in nineteen ninety nine. They were an early mover. And a lot of ways they weren't able to execute on some of on some of their vision, you know, they launched a Wednesday nineteen ninety nine which is which is early, but they just weren't able to capitalize on that. And just lost ground to everyone from Macy's to Amazon. What are the? Observers say was the downfall. Like, why couldn't they capitalize? It was the problem. They lost focus and back in the eighties. They diversified into financial services. They bought game winner and Coldwell Banker. And although they ended up selling all those big mentions about a decade later, you know, that took care of the ball. And and in the interim, you had companies like WalMart and target opening hundred the story in stripped which were closer to where people lived, and these these big box chains were easier to shop, you could get in and out quickly and all in hang huge woke up to find that. It wasn't me where it stored which were basically in shopping malls warrant where people were shopping anymore. It hasn't made money since when. Two thousand ten we're speaking with Wall Street Journal. Reporter Suzanne captor pieces about Sears Sears reshaped America from Kenmore to AllState now in the wake of its bankruptcy. Filing a hundred thousand pensioners who worked for Sears are they in trouble casually? But the government pension guarantee organization is actually lifted a series largest creditor. And so it done quickly. How that's gonna work the pensioners may be okay. But some of their financial security may be eroded. But you know, that's something that'll have to be negotiated and in bankruptcy court. There was a think a graphic in your story. What nine hundred something stores at one point recently to whittle down almost like a fraction of that. Well, that's right. And through the bankruptcy process. Now, they want wanna close another hundred and fifty immediately. They're going to put two hundred fifty up for a view, and maybe. Just like three hundred stores, which is kind of unbelievable fall. Thanks is in Wall Street Journal. Reporter Suzanne cap ner. This portion.

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"sears sears" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"sears sears" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Right He True. Story I was not at the ice, bowl but the first Packers game I ever attended old county. Stadium Was the playoff game in, nineteen sixty seven between the Packers, and then the Los Angeles Rams it was the game before. The ice bowl and the ice bowl was cold but let me tell you that was really cold as well. I can remember being in the end zone it was like the the corner of one. Of the end zones and it was called the only place where they had heat was like the men's room so Lord, forbid yet actually had to, go and use the men room bedroom for its intended. Purpose because everybody was huddled they're trying to get warm but the Packers beat the. Los Angeles Rams and Travis the road runner Williams had a big game and a kick return for a touchdown. That was the first Packers game I went, to, when, I was a a young young. Kids always remember people's everybody says they. Were at the ice bowl, well okay I wasn't at the ice. Bowl. I was at that game before that and that started a lifetime love affair, with the Green Bay Packers okay as, long as we are taking a walk down memory lane when I'm moved here as a young child with my parents the there were a couple big department store chains there. Was he Sears Sears was big back then and you had Kimble's which was big back. Then but you also had Boston store which was huge and as somebody who grew up in Glendale the place you would, go to shop would you'd, go you go to Bayshore and when I first moved. Here Bayshore was an L-shaped strip mall now it's Bayshore town center before that it. Was beige them mall but when I first moved here it was an l shaped strip mall and the the. The Lynch pin you know in the corner, of, the, l. was the Boston store and. And that's been one of the linchpins. Since again for for many, of us my guests is for most. Of. Us during our entire lifetimes especially if you've lived in Milwaukee for Your entire lifetime. Or a good portion of it Boston store has. Been you know. One of those linchpins you know it was a key. Element of Northridge which is now gone he element. Of south ridge Kielland. Their Brookefield swear key element of of Mayfair and Boston store it was announced. Several months ago that the chain Bon ton which. Is the parent company that owns Boston store, was going under a gone into bankruptcy, couldn't come up, with a plan where. They could figure out how to, make it work and so it's. Been an ongoing liquidation sale we've talked. About it once or twice. But now it's coming to an, end because the reality is probably by the middle of, next week you're, down to, the last probably four or five days my guess is by a week.

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"sears sears" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"sears sears" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I was at that sears not too long ago at lake line mall and honestly i seriously i don't think i've saw anyone well yeah no no one i don't i didn't see an employee and customer really steal something in late just just walked right on through right through the store there's nobody there yeah sure says thirty percent of that loss is come from seventy two total stores that they're closing nationwide a quarterly loss of four hundred twenty four million dollars they're gonna have to obviously the the they got to streamline they've got a modernized they've got to do like maybe it is maybe their day is is come and gone here's his the next toys r us it does make me sad and again i try to support them wherever you think about it though sears sears was the first amazon that this country had amazon is the equivalent in today's terms yeah yeah right sure you bought you bought homes through sears through the sears catalog right he bought everything they were the first to deliver goods and services those of us of a certain age concertedly remember that big day and usually it was late august or early september when the sears wish book would come every year the christmas which would be worn out by the time christmas day you know it's it's it has a big place in my heart and it it's just it's a tradition that's it's hanging is trying its best but it's just dropping like flies man now fly also coming up after the bottom of the hour news love to get your reaction to this what do you mean county the sheriff jody robert jodie goodman his office is looking to catalog every private security camera in the county to aid in future investigations basically if you have a security camera system at your home or your business your church wherever you're at wherever they want you to register there were special porter portal on the williamson county website wow so that if a crime is committed they can come to you and say hey we'd like to see your security footage show anybody that has either you know a cameras on the outside of their house it might be just a ring camera right next to the door kind of camera those those rain cameras right next to the door can also see what's going on on the streets right if there's a crime committed in.

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"sears sears" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"sears sears" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"To do it and you will get in trouble if you do it there's such fear right now you get a black suspect of any kind everybody's got the cameras going the phone cameras going and showing too much force rioting in the streets we have disarmed these police agencies not just in terms of their weapons but in terms of actually using police powers and the more and more we do that the bigger and bigger the problem is going to be this was just the first warm weekend in chicago and why are they targeting the magnificent mile why are the targeting river north where they targeting the really really hot areas where all the people go because that's where it's the most fun to cause trouble if the goal is to terrify affluent white people you go where affluent white people go if the goal is to terrify people you've got to go where the people is so they're going to go to these really really heavily populated areas which by the way are always crawling with cops the big shopping center there is called water tower place where they call it water tower place because it's not well no it's not was it's still there because it's next to a water tower water tower places right next to the hancock building do they call the hancock building the hancock building all those buildings in chicago changed their names like what's the sears sears tower is still the willis tower is interests at the i don't even know what any of their names are anywhere i think that buildings should not be allowed to have their names changed if they're allowed bark like if the empire state building was bought was bought by like amazon i don't want that called the amazon building it should still be the unpire statebuilding.

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"sears sears" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"sears sears" Discussed on 710 WOR

"One zero seven ten and we have mike go ahead you're on with josh jelenski the financial quarterback josh hope you can hear me well yes so you know i've been in private industry wall street my whole life right sears sears was like you said before the amazon thirty they don't want to our house sears own morgan stanley at one point they owned coldwell banker the real company at one point they even had a company before aol became a oh well i think it was prodigy i think so it just goes to show how mismanaged that company was and how hundreds of corporations mismanaged by boards of directors senior managers that really don't know what they're doing really focused on maybe the stock price pleasing investors and rather that growing the company and making shortage it prospers and you know and and in succeeds through the next hundred years it really really was like you said it was it was i remember as a kid hundreds of dozens and dozens of people lining up at the at the cadillac place orders they whole houses turn of the century really discussing what company i mean even in the eighties nineties i mean you know so the eighties i remember the sears catalog was a hallmark you waited for that that and best remember the best catalog the the demise of sears sears was the amazon of yesteryear which goes to show you that one of the powerful things about capitalism that is good as as a concept called creative destruction that if we truly have creative destruction bad companies will go out of business and good companies will thrive a good point i i also think that some of these brands you wonder when these mega billionaires like buffet or druckenmiller or in this case eddie lampert by company like this are they buying merely for the for the losses you know i don't know it's just the thought so great call mike steve blumenthal of on my radar says the three point seven line in the sand has been breached folks the three point porno seven line for those of you do not now is the ten year treasury note yield he says that could be a line in the sand rates could be heading as high to three point seven five or four and i'm not necessarily but it looks like that's what's heading could the.

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"sears sears" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"sears sears" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"March on saturday let's start up at at the top rob in virginia you're on wma l hello hub all right let's go to deb in maryland you're on wma all the things that does through your mind but what i want to say is you know i can't stand followers powers they want to be in the click and that's what this reminds me of so when i go to costco and i've been with costco for a long time they switched from their expressed to citibank which irked me but okay so i pay it off every month anyway i'm just going to write a check from allan thank my money i use my debit card there are ways around this deb and it's not it's not costco 'cause it's it's citibank costco just happens to have chosen to bank with them for their own reasons of their bottom line you can't blame them for that maybe they'll change now this just happened this morning but people saying i wanna cancel my costco members it's not costco it's it's their bank but either way don't we have a toy citibank you're out sears sears credit points i get i pay my balance off every month i get a lot of points from both places they're not i'm calling them and i'm going to let them know how i feel citibank that is i'm going to let them know i'm paying with a cheque from now on because we still have rights in the united states even though people are trying to take them away and i can't stand it when people with how this country was formed although so many people don't know it they gave their life liberty and the possible life of their wife and children and people will be wimpy it's it's really hard for me to abide i just can't stand it if you don't take a stand sooner or later you're just going to have to get used to sitting and everybody else will walk all over you i appreciate the call we'll be right back one nine fm and am six thirty washington w a l gets any car lovers heart racing but this sound doesn't come from just any car or any car dealership this is.

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"sears sears" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"sears sears" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"A bit of a purist innocence to that i don't like time when it's on baseball great thing about baseball you know you can have of 28 inning game it can go on forever the team with two outs in the ninth inning it's not a question of running out the clock you can still low the vases and scored 10 runs and come from a ninerun deficit that's great but baseball is entertainment just like football in all sports are and i think we have to acknowledge that in two thousand eighteen attention spans are a little bit shorter people are used to immediate gratification and results whether you think it's a good thing or a bad thing it's here so you can stay the way you hallways ben and people come lose interest to not patronize your business your sport it can say well this is the way it always was this was away my father had it this way night his grandfather before him and we're gonna keep it this way and then you can die off you know look at all the businesses that did things their way that were innovative businesses like sears archive when i was a kid thus sears catalogue man you can see all these shiny bicycles in things good better best and you could order want in you know pick it up at the store an arm and it was great well now whereas sears sears is struggling to stay alive and probably won't in the next few years so i think the bottom line here is you have to evolve you have to change and baseball is greatest sport as it is and it is my favorite sport if it doesn't change people who don't have to watch games or who aren't died in the wall that have been watching it for fifty years and will never give it up and people coming into the game are going to say you know at this is boring and i've heard that from so many kids as boring that gotta do something to live in it up and this is one small step for man a giant leap for the m mlb eight seven seven three three seven six six six six greta is a.

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