Sears Canada profits below expectations

December 2000
Furniture/Today;12/04/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 13, p74
Trade Publication
Focuses on the business performance of Sears Canada Inc. in Toronto, Ontario. Slowdown in catalog and big-ticket sales; Financial statements of the firm; Disappointment over the change in revenue trend; Relaunch of the Eatons banner.


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