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August 16, 2000 | JUAN HOVEY
Jack Gaglio faced two big obstacles--one personal, the other purely objective--in expanding A&J Cheese Co., an Upland family business his father founded in 1958. For starters, he knew very little about bookkeeping and next to nothing about the intricacies of business finance or mergers and acquisitions. Worse, A&J Cheese Co. was a distributorship--a high-volume, low-margin business, thus not a good candidate for complicated debt financing. In the end, none of that mattered.
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August 16, 2000 | JUAN HOVEY
Jack Gaglio faced two big obstacles--one personal, the other purely objective--in expanding A&J Cheese Co., an Upland family business his father founded in 1958. For starters, he knew very little about bookkeeping and next to nothing about the intricacies of business finance or mergers and acquisitions. Worse, A&J Cheese Co. was a distributorship--a high-volume, low-margin business, thus not a good candidate for complicated debt financing. In the end, none of that mattered.
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March 3, 2005 | From Bloomberg News
The owner of several California cheese companies pleaded guilty Wednesday to helping Suprema Specialties Inc., a defunct New Jersey cheesemaker, fabricate almost $350 million in sales before its collapse in 2002. Jack Gaglio, 45, the founder of A&J Cheese Co. in Upland, Calif., admitted in federal court in Trenton, N.J., that he conspired to help inflate Suprema's sales.
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