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November 6, 1990 | STUART SILVERSTEIN
Richard F. Clayton, vice chairman and chief operating officer of the Broadway-Southern California department stores, will become chairman and chief executive of Stor Furnishings International, effective Nov. 12. Clayton, 49, will succeed Harvey G. Knell, 45, who has served as Stor's chairman and chief executive since the home furnishings chain opened in 1986.
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November 6, 1990 | STUART SILVERSTEIN
Richard F. Clayton, vice chairman and chief operating officer of the Broadway-Southern California department stores, will become chairman and chief executive of Stor Furnishings International, effective Nov. 12. Clayton, 49, will succeed Harvey G. Knell, 45, who has served as Stor's chairman and chief executive since the home furnishings chain opened in 1986.
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January 1, 1992 | CARLA LAZZARESCHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After struggling unsuccessfully to become large enough to survive in the competitive furniture business, Stor Furnishings International called it quits Tuesday, agreeing to be taken over by archrival Ikea. The deal, expected to become final within six weeks, was valued at more than $20 million. With the takeover, Ikea, the world's largest furnisher retailer with 100 outlets and $3.
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November 5, 1987 | MARY LOU LOPER, Times Staff Writer
For Tiffany's 150th anniversary, New York and Boston have had museum exhibition parties. Chicago has another this week at the Field Museum. A new Tiffany's opened in Munich last week amid fanfare. But Los Angeles got the gala, Jewel Gala IV. After all, Los Angeles has Hollywood. It all melded together like a glittery diamond necklace the other evening at the Beverly Hilton. Paloma Picasso, famed for her Tiffany jewelry (including the "X" earrings) flew in from Munich wearing a hot fuchsia St.
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January 1, 1989 | MARTHA GROVES, MARTHA GROVES, Times Staff Writer
When caterer David Zafferelli joined the throngs at Nordstrom's new downtown San Francisco store in October, he dropped $150 on two flannel shirts and another $150 for bubbly and Beluga caviar at the store's Champagne Exchange bar. "We just thought that was as much fun as shopping," he said. "I'll always go for any excuse to drink champagne and eat caviar."
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