Kmart's Ten Deadly Sins: How Incompetence Tainted An American Icon

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“Kmart shows integrity, by Matt Roush, Crain's Detroit Business, April 22, 1996
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“Retailers toughen ethics codes to curb employee abuses, by Read Hayes, Stores, July 1996
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“Corruption helps sink Kmart, say employees, by Karen Dybis, The Detroit News, January 16, 2003
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“Kmart reorganization won't be cheap, Visualstore.com, April 5, 2002
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“Surprise lenders, by Donald Ratajczak, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, January 27, 2002
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“Kmart files for Chapter 11, SNL Real Estate Securities Weekly at www.snl.com, January 28, 2002
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“Court OKs takeover of Kmart leases, Retail Merchandiser, September 25, 2002
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“Surprise lenders, by Donald Ratajczak, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, January 27, 2002; this article's content was reported on by Jesus Sanchez, Los Angeles Times, January 29, 2002
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Financial press release dated January 2002 on the Kmart.com web site showing 2,114 total stores on January 2, 2002
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“Kmart must cut stores, carve niche, by Andrea Lillo, Home Textiles Today, January 28, 2002
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“Kmart takes aim at 284 underperforming stores, by Lorrie Grant, USA Today, March 10, 2002
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“Kmart sees store closings costing $300 million, Reuters, January 28, 2003
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“Emergency surgery may help save ailing retailer, by Tom Walsh, Detroit Free Press, January 15, 2003
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“Kmart to close 284 stores, Retail Merchandiser, March 8, 2002
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“Kmart faces more store closings, United Press International, December 11, 2002
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“Kmart eyes 300 store closings, United Press International, December 24, 2002
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“Kmart to lay off 37,000 more, by Glen Creno, Arizona Republic, January 15, 2003
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Kmart 2001 annual report, operations section on p. 6 of online document
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“Troubles continue at Kmart, top management out, by Lorrie Grant, USA Today, January 18, 2002.

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