NEW YORK — The reorganization plan filed by Kmart Corp. in a Chicago bankruptcy court last week detailed almost everything about the post-Chapter 11 edition of the company, except for a merchandising plan to get it out of the doldrums.

While the still-distressed retailer appeared to address its financial issues and debt structure, the disclosure statement that was also filed last week said little about its merchandising strategy. The company has several proprietary licensing programs, namely Martha Stewart Everyday, Joe Boxer, Sesame Street, Kathy Ireland, Jaclyn Smith and the fast-approaching launch of Thalia apparel and accessories featuring the Latin pop star.

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