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March 24, 2001 | MARLA DICKERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The owner of a Midwestern department store chain has purchased the wholesale operations of Bugle Boy Industries Inc. for $68.6 million, beating out two rival bidders in a court-approved liquidation of the troubled Simi Valley sportswear manufacturer. A bankruptcy judge approved the sale to Columbus, Ohio-based Schottenstein Stores Corp. on Wednesday, said Kenneth C. Henry, the chief executive overseeing Bugle Boy's liquidation. Two Florida-based clothing companies--Perry Ellis International Inc.
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March 24, 2001 | MARLA DICKERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The owner of a Midwestern department store chain has purchased the wholesale operations of Bugle Boy Industries Inc. for $68.6 million, beating out two rival bidders in a court-approved liquidation of the troubled Simi Valley sportswear manufacturer. A bankruptcy judge approved the sale to Columbus, Ohio-based Schottenstein Stores Corp. on Wednesday, said Kenneth C. Henry, the chief executive overseeing Bugle Boy's liquidation. Two Florida-based clothing companies--Perry Ellis International Inc.
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June 8, 1999 | From Associated Press
A retailer that owns 8.2% of San Diego-based Burnham Pacific Properties Inc. has offered to buy the rest of the real estate investment trust's stock for $13 a share. Documents filed Monday with the Securities and Exchange Commission details Columbus-based Schottenstein Stores Corp.'s proposed acquisition of Burnham Pacific for $565 million. Schottenstein also would assume $576 million in Burnham Pacific debt.
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June 8, 1999 | From Associated Press
A retailer that owns 8.2% of San Diego-based Burnham Pacific Properties Inc. has offered to buy the rest of the real estate investment trust's stock for $13 a share. Documents filed Monday with the Securities and Exchange Commission details Columbus-based Schottenstein Stores Corp.'s proposed acquisition of Burnham Pacific for $565 million. Schottenstein also would assume $576 million in Burnham Pacific debt.
BUSINESS
June 28, 1990 | From Associated Press
Hundreds of nostalgic, white-gloved matrons and sweaty bargain hunters swarmed into Garfinckel's department store Wednesday to offer last rites to the grand old lady of Washington retailers at a tumultuous liquidation sale.
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December 11, 1990 | JAMES F. PELTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
National Lumber, Pacific Stereo and Gemco are a few of the local retailers that have gone belly up in recent years. In those cases and many more, either Albert Nassi or David Buxbaum was called in to bury the remains. Nassi and Buxbaum are liquidators, who fly around the country to sell whatever inventory a failed retailer has left. It's a profession some might not have mentioned in polite conversation a decade ago. Nassi, president of Sam Nassi Co.
BUSINESS
December 11, 1990 | JAMES F. PELTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
National Lumber, Pacific Stereo and Gemco are a few of the local retailers that have gone belly up in recent years. In those cases and many more, either Albert Nassi or David Buxbaum was called in to bury the remains. Nassi and Buxbaum are liquidators, who fly around the country to sell whatever inventory a failed retailer has left. It's a profession some might not have mentioned in polite conversation a decade ago. Nassi, president of Sam Nassi Co.
BUSINESS
December 11, 1990 | JAMES F. PELTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
National Lumber, Pacific Stereo and Gemco are a few of the local retailers that have gone belly up in recent years. In those cases and many more, either Albert Nassi or David Buxbaum was called in to bury the remains. Nassi and Buxbaum are liquidators, who fly around the country to sell whatever inventory a failed retailer has left. It's a profession some might not have mentioned in polite conversation a decade ago. Nassi, president of Sam Nassi Co.
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