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Sears Holdings Corp  (SHLD)
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    Sector  Retail    Industry Department & Discount Retail

Sears Holdings Corp Segments

   60.92 % of total Revenue
   39.08 % of total Revenue
   42.64 % of total Revenue
Apparel & Soft Home
   23.3 % of total Revenue
Food & Drug
   15.93 % of total Revenue

Business Segments (Oct. 30. 2015)
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
(of total Revenues)
(Oct. 30. 2015)
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
(Profit Margin)
3,503.00 60.92 % -255.00 -
2,247.00 39.08 % -127.00 -
2,452.00 42.64 % 0.00 -
Apparel & Soft Home
1,340.00 23.3 % 0.00 -
Food & Drug
916.00 15.93 % 0.00 -
5,750.00 100 % -382.00 -

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Growth rates by Segment (Oct. 30. 2015)
Y/Y Revenue
III. Quarter
Q/Q Revenue
(Oct. 30. 2015)
Y/Y Income
III. Quarter
Q/Q Income
-9.93 % -6.64 % - -
-16.99 % -8.62 % - -
-22.13 % -11.48 % - -
Apparel & Soft Home
-28.23 % -5.9 % - -
Food & Drug
-12.93 % 0.33 % - -
-20.22 % -7.42 % - -

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  Sears Holdings's

Business Segments Description


As of January 28, 2006, Holdings operated a total of 1,416 Kmart stores across 49 states, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. This store count included 1,361 discount stores, averaging 92,000 square feet, and 55 Super Centers, averaging 165,000 square feet. Most Kmart stores are one-floor, free-standing units that carry a wide assortment of general merchandise, including products sold under such well-known labels as Jaclyn Smith, Joe Boxer, and Martha Stewart Everyday. Subsequent to the Merger, the Company began selling certain Sears brand products and services within certain Kmart stores.

Sears Domestic

Full-line Stores—866 Full-line stores located across all 50 states and Puerto Rico, primarily mall-based locations averaging 132,000 square feet. Full-line stores offer a wide array of products across many merchandise categories, including home appliances, consumer electronics, tools, fitness and lawn and garden equipment, certain automotive services and products such as tires and batteries, home fashion products, as well as apparel, footwear and accessories for the whole family, including Lands' End merchandise. Also, as of January 28, 2006, the Company operated a total of 58 Sears Essentials and Sears Grand stores located in 22 states, primarily free-standing units averaging 122,000 square feet and offering health and beauty, pantry, household products and toys in addition to the offerings of the typical mall-based store. In February 2006, management decided that, on a go-forward basis, Sears Essentials and Sears Grand stores will all be operated under the Sears Grand name. Management expects to begin the conversion to the Sears Grand nameplate in the first half of fiscal 2006. Sears also extends the availability of its product selection through the use of its sears.com website, which offers a more limited assortment of home, apparel and accessory merchandise and provides customers the option of buying through the internet and picking up their merchandise in Sears Full-line stores.

Specialty Stores—1,128 specialty stores located across all 50 states and Puerto Rico, located primarily in free-standing, off-mall locations or high-traffic neighborhood shopping centers, and including the operations of:

809 Dealer Stores—Primarily independently-owned stores, predominantly located in smaller communities and averaging 8,900 square feet offering appliances, consumer electronics, lawn and garden equipment, hardware and automotive batteries. Dealer stores carry proprietary Sears brands, such as Craftsman, Kenmore and DieHard, as well as a wide assortment of national brands.

147 Sears Hardware Stores and 84 Orchard Supply Hardware Stores—Neighborhood hardware stores averaging 37,000 square feet that carry Craftsman tools and lawn and garden equipment, a wide assortment of national brands and other home improvement products. Approximately 120 locations also offer a limited selection of home appliances.

16 The Great Indoors Stores—Home decorating and remodeling superstores, averaging 143,000 square feet, dedicated to the four main rooms of the house: kitchen, bedroom, bathroom and great room.

50 Outlet Stores—Locations offering overstock and/or distressed appliances, consumer electronics and lawn and garden equipment at a discount.

Commercial Sales—This business primarily targets home builders, remodelers and property managers for appliance purchases.

Direct to Customer—The Direct to Customer business includes the direct merchant business of Lands' End, Inc. ("Lands' End"). Lands' End is a leading direct merchant of traditionally-styled casual clothing, accessories and footwear for men, women and children, as well as home products and soft luggage. These products are offered through multiple selling channels including Landsend.com, one of the leading apparel websites, as well as catalog mailings, international businesses and 17 Lands' End retail stores. These retail stores, averaging 7,700 square feet, offer Lands' End merchandise primarily from catalog and internet channel overstocks. Direct to Customer also includes direct marketing of Sears goods through specialty catalogs.

Home Services—Product Repair Services, the nation's largest product repair service provider, is a key element in the Company's active relationship with more than 46 million households. With over 10,000 service technicians making over 13 million service calls annually, this business delivers a broad range of retail-related residential and commercial services across all 50 states and Puerto Rico under the Sears Parts & Repair Services and A&E Factory Service brand names. Commercial and residential customers can obtain parts and repair services for all major brands of products within the home appliances, lawn and garden equipment, consumer electronics, floorcare products, and heating and cooling systems categories. Smaller items for repair can be brought into Sears Parts & Repair Centers located throughout the United States or to any Sears Full-line store. This business also offers protection agreements, product installation services and Kenmore and Carrier residential heating and cooling systems. Home Services also includes home improvement services (primarily siding, windows, cabinet refacing, kitchen remodeling, HVAC and carpet cleaning) provided through Sears Home Improvement Services.

Sears Canada

Sears Canada, a consolidated, 54%-owned subsidiary of Sears, conducts retail operations in Canada similar to those conducted by Sears Domestic, with a greater emphasis on apparel and other softlines than in the U.S. stores. In addition, Sears Canada conducted credit operations prior to the November 15, 2005 sale of its Credit and Financial Services operations to JPMorgan Chase.

Credit and Financial Products

This segment formerly managed the Company’s domestic portfolio of credit card receivables, which was sold on November 3, 2003. The domestic credit card receivables portfolio consisted primarily of the proprietary Sears Card and Sears ChargePlus (collectively, “Sears Card”) and Sears Gold MasterCard and The Great Indoors Gold MasterCard (collectively, “MasterCard”) account balances. Sears Card receivables were generated primarily from purchases of merchandise and services from the Company’s domestic operations. The MasterCard credit card receivables were generated from purchases from the Company and other merchants, balance transfers and the use of convenience checks and cash advances. The MasterCard products are widely accepted by merchants outside the Company. This segment also sold related financial products such as credit protection and insurance products.


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