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Bad Stewardship Killed Sears and Kmart

It’s important for companies to make a profit, but it’s also important for companies to be good stewards.

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The following is a series of stories on the downfall of Sears and Kmart. To read past stories and listen to podcasts, please go here and here.

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Dennis Sanders

Dennis Sanders

Middle-aged Midwesterner. I write about religion, politics and culture. Podcast: www.enroutepodcast.org newsletter: https://enroutenews.substack.com

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