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April 11, 2014
14:26 EDTSHLD, JCP, CBLCBL & Associates expects more J.C. Penney closures
CBL & Associates Properties (CBL), a real estate investment trust, or REIT, that operates regional shopping malls and other properties, held a business outlook call earlier today, during which it commented on its portfolio, including J.C. Penney (JCP) and Sears (SHLD) locations in its malls. WHAT'S NOTABLE: During its update, CBL said J.C. Penney and Sears occupy "prime locations" in its malls, representing both an exposure but "an even greater opportunity." The redevelopment potential of these locations may allow CBL to increase the spots' productivity and bring new uses, according to the firm. J.C. Penney has renewed all its remaining 2014 lease maturities, CBL noted, but added that it expects that "at some point" there will be more closures of J.C. Penney locations within its portfolio. CBL believes that the pace of any J.C. Penney closures will "be measured," the REIT stated. Commenting on its own business, CBL announced that it executed a contract on its Lakeshore Mall yesterday and anticipates closing on that transaction in May. CBL added that it currently has three more malls in the market that are listed through brokers, on which it has received "promising interest," and that it is having "off market discussions" on an additional seven malls. PRICE ACTION: In afternoon trading, shares of J.C. Penney are down over 9.5% to $7.70. Shares of CBL & Associates are up 0.5% to $18.03.
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December 17, 2014
08:24 EDTSHLDSears 'strategic misdirection' highlighted by Mygofer failure, WSJ says
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December 15, 2014
11:17 EDTSHLDSears to have about 1,700 Sears, Kmart stores in operation going into 2015
On a company blog post, Sears CEO Eddie Lampert said: "At our most recent Town Hall meeting with our associates, I explained that I want us to operate our stores both profitably and with excellence. Both, not just one or the other.This is the background behind our decision to close more than 200 Kmart and Sears stores in 2014. Most of these stores were losing money, some for a long time. Because of the impact on our dedicated associates and our Shop Your Way members, these decisions were not taken lightly, or without our working to improve the performance of these stores over many years. Going into 2015, we will have approximately 1,700 Sears and Kmart big box stores in operation, representing about 200 million square feet of space." Reference Link
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