Quiksilver and DC Strike a Deal

Griffin, Cara
April 2004
SGB;Apr2004, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p17
Trade Publication
Presents information on the acquisition of DC Shoes by Quiksilver. Purchase price; Information on the operations of DC Shoes; Effect of the sale on the employees of DC Shoes in Vista, California; Comment from Damon Way, co-owner of DC Shoes.


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