October 25, 1990 |
Southland Corp., parent of the worldwide network of 7-Eleven convenience stores, sought court protection from creditors Wednesday in the second-biggest retailing bankruptcy case in U.S. history. The Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing, however, is designed to push through Ito-Yokado Co.'s proposal to buy 70% of debt-ridden Southland for $430 million in cash. The bailout deal would be the largest Japanese investment in a U.S. retailer.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 13, 1992 |
A 7-Eleven market in Van Nuys is a public nuisance that fosters prostitution, drug sales, drunken-ness and lewd conduct, and the store must hire a security guard and close late at night, a Los Angeles city zoning panel ruled Tuesday. The order by the Board of Zoning Appeals to owners of the store at 15317 Vanowen St. was the second such action involving a 7-Eleven in the San Fernando Valley in recent months.
August 31, 1995 |
Manmeet Nijjar has all the latest crime-prevention gear in place at his 7-Eleven store, and he and his employees have learned the latest policies and theories on criminal behavior. * There are more and brighter lights inside and out. Windows are uncluttered for a better view. Aisles are wider and better marked so customers can get what they want quickly. No more than $30 in cash is kept in the till at night.