Payless shoe company has been unsuccessful in finding a buyer and expects to start liquidating this month, Reuters reports.Quoting unnamed sources familiar with the move, Reuters says Payless ShoeSource would file for bankruptcy again and close all of its 2,300 U.S. stores.Payless has several stores in central Pennsylvania, including at the Harrisburg, Colonial Park, York Galleria and Capital City malls.Payless filed for bankruptcy in April 2017 and closed 400 stores.Payless started from a single store that opened in 1956 in Topeka, Kan. The chain has been owned by private-equity firms Golden Gate Capital and Blum Capital Partners since a 2012 buyout.Reuters says: There is a small chance a buyer still could emerge, the sources said. In the meantime, the company is preparing to run going-out-of-business sales at its shops in the next week, one of the sources said.Sears will stay alive after judge approves former CEO’s bid
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