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Here’s What Lampert’s $200 Million DieHard Sale Means for Sears

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Sears has sold its DieHard brand, leaving just one crown jewel–Kenmore–left in its portfolio. Transform Holdco, the holding company that owns the Sears and Kmart business, on Monday said it sold its DieHard brand to Advance Auto Parts Inc. for $200 million. Similar to its $900 million Craftsman deal to Stanley Black & Decker in…

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