Lands’ End is reducing its physical presence and reinforcing its efforts to sell clothing in the virtual world. The casual apparel retailer is closing its retail spaces inside Sears stores and has started selling some products online through Amazon, the Chicago Tribune reported. Wisconsin-based Lands’ End is preparing to close its last 40 retail locations inside Sears stores, down from 174 about a year ago. “We’re not in their long-term plans, and they’re not in ours,” Lands’ End CEO Jerome Griffith told the outlet. Read more at The Real Deal.