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  • Sears survives a near-death experience, but for how long?

    Sears will live on — at least for now. Its chairman and biggest shareholder, Eddie Lampert, won tentative approval for a $5 billion plan to keep the ailing, 132-year-old department-store chain in business, fending off demands from creditors that it throw in the towel, according to a person

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  • Sears survives a near-death experience, but for how long?

    NEW YORK (AP) " Sears will live on " at least for now.Its chairman and biggest shareholder, Eddie Lampert, won tentative approval for a $5 billion plan to keep the ailing, 132-year-old department-store chain in business, fending off demands from creditors that it throw in the towel, according to a person familiar with the negotiations. The person was not authorized to discuss the matter and spoke on condition of anonymity Wednesday.Lampert, the hedge fund owner who steered [

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  • Sears survives a near-death experience, but for how long?

    Sears will live on — at least for now. Its chairman and biggest shareholder, Eddie Lampert, won tentative approval for a $5 billion plan to keep the ailing, 132-year-old department-store

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  • Sears survives a near-death experience, but for how long?

    Sears avoids liquidation after 11th-hour negotiations buy more time for the 132-year-old department store.

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  • New attorneys general to continue investigating clergy abuse

    Newly inaugurated state attorneys general are promising to continue investigations of clergy abuse in the Roman Catholic church as thousands of victims are reaching out to state hotlines and online reporting systems.

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  • Maryland Attorney General: Hotline for Clergy Abuse Victims

    Maryland's attorney general has set up a hotline for victims to report child sex abuse associated with a school or place of worship. Attorney General Brian Frosh announced the creation of the new hotline in a statement Thursday. Unlike other U.S. states that have announced probes into clergy sex abuse, Frosh's office has only publicly called for victims of abusers linked to schools or places of worship to come forward. Get Breaking News Alerts With the NBC Washington App But last year,...

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  • Maryland attorney general: Hotline for clergy abuse victims

    BALTIMORE (AP) " Maryland's top law enforcement official on Thursday announced a phone hotline for victims to report child sex abuse associated with a place of worship or school across the U.S. state, which is steeped in Catholicism like few others.Attorney General Brian Frosh announced the creation of the hotline in Baltimore, home to the country's first bishop, first cathedral, first diocese and first archdiocese. Unlike counterparts in other states that have formally announced [

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