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January 4, 2012

On its first day of trading on the Nasdaq Capital Market under the symbol "OSH," Orchard Supply Hardware fell $1.47 to close at $23.55.

It was a lackluster day for the company's stock, but the San Jose, Calif.-based hardware chain is eager to begin corporate life as an independent publicly traded company, said CEO Mark Baker.

The retailer completed its spin-off from Sears Holdings Dec. 30 at 11:59 p.m. 

December 12, 2011

Reuters news service has reported that the shareholders of Sears Holding Corp. will end up with 80% of the common stock in Orchard Supply Hardware stores, following an attempt to spin off the California hardware chain into a separate unit.

March 24, 2008

Dominion chairman and CEO Douglas Borror, also the principal of BRC Properties, will remain in...

November 25, 2007

The New York-based condo and apartment builder received an extension from the Nasdaq for its...