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January 7, 1997
Authentic Fitness, a Van Nuys swimwear manufacturer, said it has signed a licensing agreement with Rampage Clothing Co. of Los Angeles to manufacture and sell Rampage's line of swimwear. Authentic Fitness will market the swimwear in department and specialty stores across the country.
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July 1, 2006 | Leslie Earnest, Times Staff Writer
Shares of Charlotte Russe Holding Inc. tapped a 52-week high Friday, a day after the women's apparel retailer announced that it was selling most of the assets of its struggling Rampage chain to competitor Forever 21 Inc. for $14 million. The move allows the San Diego-based retailer, which operates 360 Charlotte Russe stores and 64 Rampage sites, to focus on its namesake chain. The company plans to open an additional 90 Charlotte Russe stores by the end of fiscal 2007.
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BUSINESS
July 29, 1997 | Greg Johnson
Wet Seal Inc. said it has offered to acquire 21 stores from Rampage Retailing Inc., a bankrupt apparel chain, for an undisclosed price. Rampage executives weren't available to comment on the proposal, but Irvine-based Wet Seal said the purchase must first be approved by Rampage, Wet Seal's board and the U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge overseeing the chain's operations. Wet Seal said that the stores have gross revenue of $50 million and are located in malls around the country.
BUSINESS
September 18, 1997
Young women's apparel retailer Wet Seal Inc. said its offer for Rampage Retailing Inc. was rejected in U.S. Bankruptcy Court. The Irvine firm said it was outbid by another company. . . . UC Irvine has named international business expert David H. Blake, 57, as the new dean of its Graduate School of Management. Blake, former dean of Southern Methodist University's business school, will start Oct. 1, replacing longtime Dean Dennis Aigner. . . . Shares of Costa Mesa-based Apria Healthcare Group Inc.
BUSINESS
February 8, 1995 | STUART SILVERSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rampage Clothing Co., one of the biggest garment manufacturers in Southern California, has consented to an agreement with the U.S. Labor Department requiring the company to make sure its contractors stop violating the minimum wage law and other federal labor standards.
BUSINESS
June 27, 1997 | DIANE SEO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
One of Southern California's largest fashion names is seeking bankruptcy protection after racking up almost $94 million in debt during an ambitious expansion drive. Rampage Clothing Co. and Rampage Retailing Inc., which have the same owner but are separate companies, filed for Chapter 11 protection last week.
BUSINESS
September 18, 1997
Young women's apparel retailer Wet Seal Inc. said its offer for Rampage Retailing Inc. was rejected in U.S. Bankruptcy Court. The Irvine firm said it was outbid by another company. . . . UC Irvine has named international business expert David H. Blake, 57, as the new dean of its Graduate School of Management. Blake, former dean of Southern Methodist University's business school, will start Oct. 1, replacing longtime Dean Dennis Aigner. . . . Shares of Costa Mesa-based Apria Healthcare Group Inc.
BUSINESS
July 1, 2006 | Leslie Earnest, Times Staff Writer
Shares of Charlotte Russe Holding Inc. tapped a 52-week high Friday, a day after the women's apparel retailer announced that it was selling most of the assets of its struggling Rampage chain to competitor Forever 21 Inc. for $14 million. The move allows the San Diego-based retailer, which operates 360 Charlotte Russe stores and 64 Rampage sites, to focus on its namesake chain. The company plans to open an additional 90 Charlotte Russe stores by the end of fiscal 2007.
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March 7, 2000 | BARBARA MURPHY
Sanford T. Waddell has been named chief financial officer for Vsource Inc. in Ventura, a provider of Internet procurement products. He replaces Samuel E. Bradt, who will remain on the Vsource board of directors. Waddell has more than 20 years' experience in finance, operations and planning with private and publicly held corporations. Most recently, he has held CFO positions with Snyder Diamond Inc., Rampage Clothing Co. and Reddi Brake Supply Corp.
BUSINESS
February 26, 1998 | Russ Stanton
Wet Seal Inc., the young women's apparel retailer, plans to launch its fourth clothing chain this year. Arden B., as the chain will be known, is aimed at a slightly older and more affluent customer than the 13- to 18-year-old market targeted by the Irvine-based firm's 390 Wet Seal and Contempo Casuals stores. Initially, Wet Seal will open at least five Arden B. stores but could open as many as 50 this year if the right real estate deal comes along, President Edward Thomas said.
BUSINESS
July 29, 1997 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Wet Seal Inc. on Monday said it has offered to acquire 21 stores from Rampage Retailing Inc., a bankrupt apparel chain, for an undisclosed price. Rampage executives weren't available on Monday to comment on the proposal, but Wet Seal said the purchase must first be approved by Rampage, Wet Seal's board and the U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge now overseeing the chain's operations. Wet Seal said that the stores have gross revenue of $50 million, and are located in malls across the country.
BUSINESS
June 27, 1997 | DIANE SEO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
One of Southern California's largest fashion names is seeking bankruptcy protection after racking up almost $94 million in debt during an ambitious expansion drive. Rampage Clothing Co. and Rampage Retailing Inc., which have the same owner but are separate companies, filed for Chapter 11 protection last week.
BUSINESS
January 7, 1997
Authentic Fitness, a Van Nuys swimwear manufacturer, said it has signed a licensing agreement with Rampage Clothing Co. of Los Angeles to manufacture and sell Rampage's line of swimwear. Authentic Fitness will market the swimwear in department and specialty stores across the country.
BUSINESS
February 8, 1995 | STUART SILVERSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rampage Clothing Co., one of the biggest garment manufacturers in Southern California, has consented to an agreement with the U.S. Labor Department requiring the company to make sure its contractors stop violating the minimum wage law and other federal labor standards.
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