June 1, 2006 |
99 Cents Only Stores, a discount retailer that has delayed filing 2005 financial results, said its fiscal third-quarter profit dropped 28% as costs rose. Net income for the period ended Dec. 31 was $6.3 million, or 9 cents a share, compared with $8.7 million, or 12 cents, a year earlier, City of Commerce-based 99 Cents Only said. Costs rose 10% to $173 million and revenue increased 4.8% to $278.8 million.
August 13, 1990 |
99 Cents Alleges Trademark Infringement: 99 Cents Only Stores filed three trademark-infringement suits against 13 stores in Southern California, alleging that the stores used names similar to 99 Cents Only to deceive customers into shopping with them. The Los Angeles Superior Court suits were filed against stores with such names as 99 Cents Dollar World $1.00 and Nothing Over 99 Cents or Less in Los Angeles, Huntington Park, Paramount and Maywood.
August 8, 2002 |
Discount gourmet food may sound like a contradiction in terms. But that's what City of Commerce-based 99 Cents Only Stores is promising. On Wednesday, the 140-store chain unveiled the first of its gourmet fancy food sections at a new location in Sacramento. These sections will be rolled out at all its stores within a year, said company Chairman Dave Gold.
August 5, 2010 |
A cadre of chefs, restaurants and cooking enthusiasts with a mutual love of olive oil are accusing several companies of diluting the product with cheaper alternatives while still branding it as "extra virgin." The group filed a complaint in Orange County Superior Court this week claiming that several retailers and olive oil producers, including such varied outlets as Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and Bristol Farms, have misled Californians for years about the actual quality of the olive oil on sale.
March 21, 2001 |
The Internet stock craze may be waning, but a tongue-in-cheek advertisement offering "9 Internet Stocks for 99 Cents" at a local retail chain Tuesday drove dozens of investment-minded customers into store locations around Southern California. "Your choice! While supplies last. No limit," the 99 Cents Only Stores newspaper ad screamed. The ad teaser poked fun at the falling stock market by slashing an imaginary price originally set at 99 cents.
December 15, 2004 |
Executives of 99 Cents Only Stores told Teamsters union officials Tuesday that they would present a sweetened contract offer Friday. The move temporarily averted a strike by delivery drivers that would have started Tuesday night, at the height of the holiday season. Drivers could still reject what company executives are calling their final offer, and will meet to consider a strike option Sunday, said Paul Kenny, secretary treasurer of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Local 630.