HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill. — Sears Holdings Corp. on Thursday identified 79 of the 100 to 120 stores it plans to shutter in its latest round of closings, as announced on Tuesday. The closings include 38 Kmarts and 41 Sears locations scattered throughout the country. Florida and Ohio will each lose six Kmarts; Georgia will lose five; Minnesota four; Kentucky, Colorado, Michigan, Indiana, Alabama, Iowa and Virginia will lose two each; and Wisconsin, Tennessee and Washington state will ...

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