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U.S. stock futures point to a mixed start for Wall Street on Monday; General Electric jumps on a report of a possible bid for its airplane leasing business; CES 2019 gets underway this week; Sears reportedly is preparing for a possible liquidation; Tesla breaks ground on a Shanghai factory.
Chairman's $4.4 billion bid to save retailer fails, reports Bloomberg.
Sears Holdings advisers are reportedly facing a Friday deadline to decide if a bid from Chairman Eddie Lampert is viable.
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U.S. stock futures are rising sharply on the last trading day of 2018, after Donald Trump tweets that 'big progress' is being made in trade talks between the U.S. and China; Amazon reportedly is planning an expansion of Whole Foods stores; Verizon and Disney avoid a Fios blackout.
Chairman Eddie Lampert was said to make offer right at the deadline for keeping 125-year-old retailer out of Chapter 7.
U.S. stock futures point to a higher start for Wall Street, following the previous session's late-day rally that wiped off a 600-point loss for the Dow; cannabis stock Aphria soars after receiving a takeover bid; Sears needs a savior - and fast.
The struggling retailer filed for bankruptcy on Oct. 15.
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The retailer looks to sell its Sears Home Improvement Products business to Service.com for $60 million, subject to an auction, as its sale process gets underway in earnest.
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