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September 22, 1998
The stock market has thrown a wrench into White Cap Industries Inc.'s ambitious acquisition plans. The company, which operates warehouse stores that sell tools and building materials to contractors, said Monday it has called off its agreement to buy Santa Ana-based Junior's Tools, a 12-store chain that specializes in selling power tools. White Cap said it was calling off the deal primarily because of market conditions.
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BUSINESS
November 2, 1999
Junior's Tools, a Santa Ana-based operator of a dozen stores that specialize in power tools, has agreed to be acquired by Livermore, Calif.-based Orco Construction Supply, a privately held distributor of construction supplies. Financial terms were not disclosed. Orco, which has 22 branches throughout the western United States, said Monday it expects sales to exceed $150 million this year. Junior's Tools had 1998 sales of more than $28 million, Orco said.
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BUSINESS
November 2, 1999
Junior's Tools, a Santa Ana-based operator of a dozen stores that specialize in power tools, has agreed to be acquired by Livermore, Calif.-based Orco Construction Supply, a privately held distributor of construction supplies. Financial terms were not disclosed. Orco, which has 22 branches throughout the western United States, said Monday it expects sales to exceed $150 million this year. Junior's Tools had 1998 sales of more than $28 million, Orco said.
BUSINESS
September 22, 1998
The stock market has thrown a wrench into White Cap Industries Inc.'s ambitious acquisition plans. The company, which operates warehouse stores that sell tools and building materials to contractors, said Monday it has called off its agreement to buy Santa Ana-based Junior's Tools, a 12-store chain that specializes in selling power tools. White Cap said it was calling off the deal primarily because of market conditions.
BUSINESS
June 23, 1998 | E. SCOTT RECKARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Continuing its acquisition spree, contractor-supply retailer White Cap Industries Inc. said Monday it has agreed to buy Junior's Tools, whose stores specialize in power tools. White Cap, based in Costa Mesa, operates warehouse stores that sell tools and building materials to contractors. It will issue stock to pay for Santa Ana-based Junior's Tools. White Cap Chairman Greg Grosch declined to disclose financial terms of the deal. It is the ninth acquisition for White Cap since January 1997.
BUSINESS
June 23, 1998 | E. SCOTT RECKARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Continuing its acquisition spree, contractor-supply retailer White Cap Industries Inc. said Monday it has agreed to buy Junior's Tools, whose stores specialize in power tools. White Cap, based in Costa Mesa, operates warehouse stores that sell tools and building materials to contractors. It will issue stock to pay for Santa Ana-based Junior's Tools. White Cap Chairman Greg Grosch declined to disclose financial terms of the deal. It is the ninth acquisition for White Cap since January 1997.
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