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Burdines [name has changed to Macy's]: (Part of Federated) Burdines was known widely as "The Florida Store." It operates exclusively within the state, catering to the growing population of white-collar professionals, as well as to highly diverse customer segments that include domestic and Latin American tourists, retirees and seasonal residents.
Gottschalks: is a regional department
store chain headquartered in Fresno, California. It was founded in 1904
by German immigrant Emil Gottschalk, who described the business as "the
store that cares." On January
14, 2009, Gottschalks, Inc. filed a voluntary petition for reorganization
under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. While Gottschalks
has a 104-year heritage of serving customers in western markets, they have
recently faced considerable challenges to their business as a result of
the tightened credit markets and the challenging economic environment. Chapter
11 reorganization provides the legal framework that allows them to keep
the business operating normally while they execute one or more options to
create value for stakeholders
including pursuing a sale of their business or another transaction with a third-party investor.
Liberty House of Hawaii: retailer in Hawaii (Bought by Macy's).
Parisian (Part of Belk Inc.) Belk & Parisian "Just as with the earlier purchase of the Proffitt's and McRae's stores from Saks, the Parisian stores are located in great markets and are similar to Belk in many ways. Parisian is known and respected for offerings of top fashion brands and excellent customer and community service."