By  on February 11, 2019

Edward S. Lampert’s bid to pull Sears Holdings Corp. out of bankruptcy has been approved. But his work is far from over. In fact, the former Sears chief executive officer has been tasked with a seemingly impossible challenge: make the retailer a profitable company again, even though it saw revenues fall from $53 billion in 2006 to just $16.7 billion before it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Oct. 15.

With the obstacles that lay ahead, he’ll need more than business savvy to pull this off — he’ll need superpowers. Here are a few roadblocks Lampert and his team may face, and what they will need to do to pull them off.

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