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MAGAZINE
October 1, 2006 | Riley Ray Chiorando
Spotted recently on shelves at 99 Cents Only Stores and Big Lots locations: Superman Crunch cereal, Brandon Routh (at left) box cover, limited edition The Wiggles "Hoop-Dee-Doo! It's a Wiggly Party!" VHS tape Mary-Kate and Ashley One, Jasmine Spice Shimmering Body Mist "The Best of Jesse Ventura on KFAN Sports Radio-AM 1130" Volume 1 compact disc "Left Behind II: Tribulation Force" DVD, starring Kirk Cameron
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BUSINESS
March 10, 2005 | Andrew Wang, Times Staff Writer
Discount retailer 99 Cents Only Stores said that its chief financial officer and two company directors resigned. Shares dropped nearly 7%. James Ritter, who took the post of finance chief Dec. 16, told the retailer that he was resigning for personal reasons, 99 Cents Only Stores said in a statement released late Tuesday, one day after it had warned that it might have to restate financial results.
BUSINESS
April 25, 2001 | Bloomberg News
The state's power crisis is driving some Wall Street analysts to sour on retailers dependent on California consumers. Merrill Lynch & Co. analyst Daniel Barry, in a report Tuesday, warned that Costco Wholesale might not be the last retailer to cut earnings projections because of power-related woes. "As customer spending slows as a result of rising utility prices, we expect demand to weaken, which may result in lower sales" for California retailers, Barry said.
BUSINESS
November 28, 1991 | KEVIN E. CULLINANE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One day in 1984, when crowds poured into Los Angeles for the Summer Olympics, David Gold and Thomas Hale made a $185,000 buy that would launch their 99 Cents Only Stores into the mainstream and foreshadow the future of their quirky off-priced outlets. Gold and Hale, president and vice president of 99 Cents Only Stores, had bought 500,000 authentic Olympic souvenir hats at a special low price--37 cents each--days before the games commenced.
MAGAZINE
August 6, 2006 | Riley Ray Chiorando
In L.A., the tabloids and blogs aren't the only arbiters of who's hot and who's not. Spotted recently on the shelves of a 99 Cents Only Stores location in the greater metro area: "The Magical World of Harry Potter: The Unauthorized Story of J.K.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 1, 1999 | LEO SMITH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Don't expect much change for your dollar when Oxnard's newest store opens this week. Then again, a dollar may be all you'll need. The 99 Cents Only Stores chain, a 70-store retail operation based in Commerce, is scheduled to open its first Ventura County store Thursday. The 23,900-square-foot outlet, which will employ about 40 workers, will be located at North Ventura Road and Channel Islands Boulevard, the former site of a Ralphs supermarket.
MAGAZINE
July 2, 2006 | Riley Ray Chiorando
In L.A., the tabloids and blogs aren't the only arbiters of who's hot and who's not.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 26, 2013 | By Shan Li, Los Angeles Times
Dave Gold launched his 99 Cents Only Stores empire in Los Angeles at age 50 after mulling over the idea for over a decade. The thrifty entrepreneur took the dollar store concept and introduced it to middle-class and upscale neighborhoods. In the process, he created a chain that has become a mainstay for families squeezed during hard times or those who simply love a good bargain. Gold died Monday at his Mid-Wilshire home from an apparent heart attack, said his son, Jeff Gold. He was 80. Long before dollar stores dotted many street corners, Gold opened the first 99 Cents Only store in Los Angeles in 1982.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 5, 2003 | Rob Kendt, Special to The Times
How to describe Ken Roht's new dance/design extravaganza, "Splendor: A 99 Cents Only Stores Wonderama"? Well, if Busby Berkeley had dropped acid while watching "The Powerpuff Girls" ... or if Howard Crabtree and Pina Bausch staged a discount retail trade show ... or if Cirque du Soleil and the Smurfs staged an avant-garde "Nutcracker" at a strip mall ... You get the idea.
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