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February 6, 2007 | Leslie Earnest
Teen retailer Anchor Blue Retail Group Inc. said Chief Executive Michael Bush had left the company to pursue personal interests. He is being replaced by Thomas Sands, who joined Ontario-based Anchor Blue in March as president of its Most subsidiary, which operates Levi's and Dockers outlet stores. Before that, Sands was an executive vice president at Gap Inc., where he was responsible for its Old Navy stores in North America. Sands also worked at Target Corp. for 19 years. * Leslie Earnest
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February 6, 2007 | Leslie Earnest
Teen retailer Anchor Blue Retail Group Inc. said Chief Executive Michael Bush had left the company to pursue personal interests. He is being replaced by Thomas Sands, who joined Ontario-based Anchor Blue in March as president of its Most subsidiary, which operates Levi's and Dockers outlet stores. Before that, Sands was an executive vice president at Gap Inc., where he was responsible for its Old Navy stores in North America. Sands also worked at Target Corp. for 19 years. * Leslie Earnest
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August 3, 2005 | Josh Friedman
Ares Management, a Los Angeles-based investment management firm, announced two deals Tuesday, agreeing to buy the maker of Serta mattresses and taking a "significant" minority stake in the owner of Anchor Blue and Most casual clothing chains. Ares Capital Opportunities, the firm's private equity fund, and the private equity arm of the Ontario, Canada Teachers' Pension Plan said they would pay an undisclosed sum for Chicago-based National Bedding Co.
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August 3, 2005 | Josh Friedman
Ares Management, a Los Angeles-based investment management firm, announced two deals Tuesday, agreeing to buy the maker of Serta mattresses and taking a "significant" minority stake in the owner of Anchor Blue and Most casual clothing chains. Ares Capital Opportunities, the firm's private equity fund, and the private equity arm of the Ontario, Canada Teachers' Pension Plan said they would pay an undisclosed sum for Chicago-based National Bedding Co.
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