NEW YORK — Sears Holdings, parent of the Sears and Kmart chains, has begun testing home delivery of groceries in New York City and the Hamptons area of Long Island, N.Y., and plans to begin testing in Chicago and other markets later this summer, the company said. The home-delivery service, which delivers groceries from Kmart locations, is an extension of MyGofer.com, a site Sears launched last year that allows customers to order items online and pick them up at Kmart locations. The chain ...

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