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August 30, 2006
Apparel maker Hartmarx Corp. said it had acquired the knitwear business of Sweater.com Inc. of Los Angeles, including its brand One Girl Who ... , for $12.4 million at closing plus annual payments tied to earnings over a five-year period.
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August 30, 2006
Apparel maker Hartmarx Corp. said it had acquired the knitwear business of Sweater.com Inc. of Los Angeles, including its brand One Girl Who ... , for $12.4 million at closing plus annual payments tied to earnings over a five-year period.
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BUSINESS
September 21, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Hartmarx to Sell 180-Store Subsidiary: Hartmarx Corp. is selling its specialty stores for $43 million to HSSA Group Ltd., a company formed to make the acquisition. Hartmarx said it expects the sale and other restructuring actions to result in an after-tax charge against earnings of up to $200 million that will be reflected in the results of its third quarter, which ended Aug. 31.
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November 13, 1999 | From Associated Press
The bodies of three men killed when their twin-engine plane crashed into Lake Michigan were recovered Friday, still strapped into their seats inside the plane. The King Air 200 turboprop plunged into the water about 8:30 p.m. Thursday while attempting to take off from Meigs Field, a single-runway airport along the lake and near downtown Chicago. Killed were R. Roydon Ricks of Granger, Ind., an executive for apparel maker Hartmarx Corp.
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November 13, 1999 | From Associated Press
The bodies of three men killed when their twin-engine plane crashed into Lake Michigan were recovered Friday, still strapped into their seats inside the plane. The King Air 200 turboprop plunged into the water about 8:30 p.m. Thursday while attempting to take off from Meigs Field, a single-runway airport along the lake and near downtown Chicago. Killed were R. Roydon Ricks of Granger, Ind., an executive for apparel maker Hartmarx Corp.
BUSINESS
April 30, 1998 | DIANE SEO
Hickey-Freeman and Hart Schaffner & Marx, specialists in men's tailored apparel, give new meaning to the term "old guard." Hart Schaffner & Marx began advertising about 1890, three years after the company was founded. It was the first apparel firm to advertise nationally, Chairman Ken Hoffman said. One of its earliest ads featured an illustration of three gentlemen in classic tailored suits, along with the slogan "Guaranteed Clothing."
BUSINESS
October 24, 1985
Mary Kelly was promoted to the new position of executive vice president and chief executive of Hastings, the Hartmarx specialty store group in San Francisco, assuming some of the responsibilities of Enzo Belli, previously president of Hastings who was recently named executive vice president and general merchandise manager of Hartmarx Specialty Stores Inc., the retail group subsidiary of Hartmarx Corp., which is based in Chicago.
BUSINESS
January 31, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Many Hartmarx Stores Drop American Express: Hartmarx Corp. has joined a growing cadre of retailers turning their backs on American Express Co. The Chicago-based clothing manufacturer, which operates 355 retail stores, no longer accepts the American Express card at 205 of its stores with higher-priced merchandise--including Wallachs, Baskins, Barrie Pace Ltd. and Jas. K. Wilson.
BUSINESS
August 12, 1987
A. Robert Abboud, a former president and chief operating officer of Occidental Petroleum Corp., has been elected to the board of directors of ICN Pharmaceuticals Inc., a Costa Mesa drug maker. Since 1984, when he left Occidental, Abboud has been president of A. Robert Abboud and Co., an investment company specializing in mergers, acquisitions, corporate restructurings and leveraged buyouts. Before joining Occidental, Abboud was chairman and chief executive officer at both First Chicago Corp.
BUSINESS
September 17, 1991 | SUSAN CHRISTIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Silverwoods, a Southern California retailing institution for 70 years, will close its 18 stores early next year because of slumping sales, its parent company said Monday. The stores--which feature tailored men's and women's business apparel--will be shut down soon after the Christmas season, said General Manager Bruce Amster. The chain's 250 employees will be laid off or relocated. Headquartered in Santa Ana, Silverwoods is a division of Hartmarx Specialty Stores Inc.
BUSINESS
April 30, 1998 | DIANE SEO
Hickey-Freeman and Hart Schaffner & Marx, specialists in men's tailored apparel, give new meaning to the term "old guard." Hart Schaffner & Marx began advertising about 1890, three years after the company was founded. It was the first apparel firm to advertise nationally, Chairman Ken Hoffman said. One of its earliest ads featured an illustration of three gentlemen in classic tailored suits, along with the slogan "Guaranteed Clothing."
BUSINESS
September 21, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Hartmarx to Sell 180-Store Subsidiary: Hartmarx Corp. is selling its specialty stores for $43 million to HSSA Group Ltd., a company formed to make the acquisition. Hartmarx said it expects the sale and other restructuring actions to result in an after-tax charge against earnings of up to $200 million that will be reflected in the results of its third quarter, which ended Aug. 31.
BUSINESS
June 11, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
The Supreme Court today made it easier for federal judges to penalize lawyers who file lawsuits determined to be improper or frivolous. The court, voting 8 to 1, ruled against Cooter & Gell, a Washington, D.C., law firm penalized $21,402 for filing an antitrust suit based on research deemed inadequate. The justices said a judge had authority to impose the fine even though the law firm agreed to drop the suit.
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