A customer pushes a stroller into the second floor entrance to a Sears store in a shopping mall in Columbus, Ohio, Tuesday, July 10, 2007. Sears Holdings Corp., the biggest U.S. department-store company, said profit will fall as the decline in housing prices hurt demand for goods to furnish homes. Photographer: Gary Gardiner/Bloomberg News.
A customer pushes a stroller into the second floor entrance to a Sears store in a shopping mall in Columbus, Ohio, Tuesday, July 10, 2007. Sears Holdings Corp., the biggest U.S. department-store company, said profit will fall as the decline in housing prices hurt demand for goods to furnish homes. Photographer: Gary Gardiner/Bloomberg News. BLOOMBERG NEWS
A customer pushes a stroller into the second floor entrance to a Sears store in a shopping mall in Columbus, Ohio, Tuesday, July 10, 2007. Sears Holdings Corp., the biggest U.S. department-store company, said profit will fall as the decline in housing prices hurt demand for goods to furnish homes. Photographer: Gary Gardiner/Bloomberg News. BLOOMBERG NEWS