Sears Holdings Corp (SHLD - Get Report) is trending as the retailer announced that its CEO Louis D'Ambrosio will step down. D'Ambrosio, who is said to be leaving for family health reasons, will be replaced by Edward Lampert. Lampert will take on the position in addition to his current role as chairman. Lampert will take over as Sears faces a series of sales declines. The company has been focused on a turnaround over the past year, cutting costs, closing stores and selling off assets. While shares have risen over 47% over the past year, more store closures and cutbacks have already been announced.
Eurozzone is another popular search. The rate of unemployment in the region hit a new high in November -- with 113,000 people losing their jobs. Unemployment rose to 11.8%, or 18.82 million people, according to the EU's statistics office Eurostat.
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