Sears Logs Off From Its Computer Outlets
Sears Roebuck announced on Jan. 13 that it's selling its 49 Sears Business Systems Center computer outlets to InaCom Corp. for an undisclosed price. Sears Business Centers' 1992 revenues of some $510 million will make Omaha-based InaCom one of the top three U. S. computer dealers. InaCom should inherit a Pentagon computer-supply contract worth as much as $400 million.
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