Empty shelves, poor customer service speed Sears' demise
Contributed by NAMPA / Reuters.
By Nandita Bose and Tom Hals
Oct 12 (Reuters) - Sandy Hetrick drove 15 miles from her
home to a Sears in Media, Pennsylvania on Wednesday to buy
folding chairs and clothes.
Her local Sears in Wilmington, Delaware, the 54-year-old
retiree said, was so poorly stocked that she stopped going
there, even though there is no Delaware state sales tax.
"It's really going down," Hetrick said about Sears, which is
weighing whether to file for bankruptcy protection in the ...