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August 17, 1999
Sitestar Corp., Encino, announced it has completed the previously announced acquisition of Soccersite.com, a privately held company that provides soccer information over the Internet. Sitestar has also signed a letter of intent to acquire Greattools.com, a low-cost, online retailer of a wide variety of power tools and accessories. The terms of the two transactions were not disclosed.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 17, 1999
Sitestar Corp., Encino, announced it has completed the previously announced acquisition of Soccersite.com, a privately held company that provides soccer information over the Internet. Sitestar has also signed a letter of intent to acquire Greattools.com, a low-cost, online retailer of a wide variety of power tools and accessories. The terms of the two transactions were not disclosed.
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August 25, 2000 | KAREN ROBINSON-JACOBS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sitestar Corp., a small Encino-based Internet investment company that gobbled up four companies in a two-month period last year, has set its sights on a much larger target, MotherNature.com, one of the most popular health and family Web sites. Sitestar's president, Clinton J. Sallee, said the company plans to offer 75 cents per share for Concord, Mass.-based MotherNature.com, which sells dietary supplements and offers advice on healthy living.
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