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    Sep302014

    Sears Canada CEO Douglas Campbell resigns after one year in the job

    TORONTO • Whether it was family reasons or displeasure with Sears Canada’s corporate parent that prompted the enterprise’s newest CEO Doug Campbell to walk away from the top job, his exit adds up to bad news for a company desperately seeking a buyer that may not materialize.

    Mr. Campbell is the second chief executive to leave the embattled department store chain in just over a year, and by all accounts, he was an equally competent one.

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