Lands' End Starts Trading As Public Company - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

Lands' End shares are falling in its first day as a separate public company after being spun off from Sears. The company's stock dropped $2.17 to $29.50 in Monday morning trading. Sears hasn't had much success with it though, and announced in December that it was going to spin off the clothing business as a separate company by distributing stock to its shareholders. The company, which also runs Kmart stores, has been closing some unprofitable stores and sold some store leases in Canada.



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