A Precise Timeline Of How Sears Screwed Up Selling A Car Battery

A Precise Timeline Of How Sears Screwed Up Selling A Car Battery

Dennis found a $5 off code to purchase a new car battery from Sears, but assumed that ordering his item online and then picking it up at the store would not be a two-day odyssey involving a half-dozen employees and an order that somehow only materialized once it was canceled. He did things the old-fashioned way and just bought a battery at the physical Sears store. Now he has to wait seven to ten business days for his refund for the original order. [More]

Sears To Make DieHard Batteries Available For Sale At Meijer

Sears To Make DieHard Batteries Available For Sale At Meijer

One month after Sears realized it could make more money by allowing its Craftsman tools to be sold through Costco, the retail chain has decided to allow another of its long-standing exclusive house brands to be sold by another retailer, as it has given Meijer stores the rights to sell DieHard car batteries. [More]

Sears Sues Maker Of Sex-Enhancement Spray Over "DieHard" Name

Sears Sues Maker Of Sex-Enhancement Spray Over "DieHard" Name

For decades, Sears has been using the trademarked brand name “DieHard” on its car batteries and auto parts. Now the retail relic has filed a trademark infringement suit against a company that makes a sexual enhancement spray under the same name. [More]