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April 5, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Citadel, Dillon to Settle: Citadel Holding Corp. and shareholder Craig Corp. entered into agreements that would end litigation between the companies and Roderick Dillon and Dillon Investors. Columbus, Ohio-based Dillon, which offered to buy Citadel for $4 a share in January, sued Los Angeles-based Citadel over its issuance of stock to Craig. Citadel then sued Dillon, challenging the accuracy of disclosures it made in filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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April 5, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Citadel, Dillon to Settle: Citadel Holding Corp. and shareholder Craig Corp. entered into agreements that would end litigation between the companies and Roderick Dillon and Dillon Investors. Columbus, Ohio-based Dillon, which offered to buy Citadel for $4 a share in January, sued Los Angeles-based Citadel over its issuance of stock to Craig. Citadel then sued Dillon, challenging the accuracy of disclosures it made in filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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November 9, 1994 | TOM PETRUNO
James Cotter has a history of making waves in other peoples' pools. Now he's getting a taste of his own medicine. Cotter, 58, heads Craig Corp., a Los Angeles firm that is basically a shell through which Cotter has invested in numerous other businesses over the years. He also manages the Forman family fortune, a $300-million-plus portfolio (as estimated by Forbes magazine) built from profits of the family's giant Pacific Theatres movie theater chain.
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