As the holiday season approaches, the parent company of Sears and Kmart has secured a $250 million lifeline and announced plans to shut 96 more stores, CNBC reports. That will leave the business with 182 locations. The financing came from lenders that include owner Eddie Lampert. The parent company, Transformco, says going-out-of-business sales are set to begin Dec. 2, with the 96 stores shuttering by February. The closures and financing show that the Sears brand continues to struggle to win back shoppers, despite Sears Holdings filing for bankruptcy and restructuring. Sears’ last profitable year was 2010... Costco and Instacart are piloting a program to deliver prescription medicines in as little as an hour to club members, CNBC reports. The warehouse club and delivery service are waiving delivery fees on orders over $35...