February 17, 2003,
Kmart files to extend reorg plans
Kmart has filed for an extension to prevent any competing plans of reorganization until June 30, from the current deadline date of Feb. 28, said Jack Ferry, spokesman. "We've done this a couple of times" since filing for bankruptcy January 22, 2002, he said. The court is scheduled to hear the plan of reorganization on Feb. 25, and upon approval, will go out to the creditors for a vote. The company plans to exit Chapter 11 on April 30.
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May Co. to open more lifestyle stores
In releasing its fiscal 2002 results, May Department Stores announced its plans to open four additional lifestyle stores this year; one each of Famous-Barr, Filene's, Meier & Frank and Kaufmann's. The new 140,000-square-foot concept features a contemporary, easy-to-shop design, flexible merchandise presentations, and express checkout, the company said, and fits into smaller retail developments. In addition, the retailer will open three Foley's units, two other Kaufmann's stores and one each of Hecht's and Lord & Taylor.
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