Shaking Hands

Ryan, Thomas J.
May 2004
SGB;May2004, Vol. 37 Issue 5, Special Section p10
Trade Publication
Presents information on the acquisition of The Walking Co. by Big Dog Holdings Inc., a Santa Barbara, California-based sportswear retailer. Annual sales of The Walking Co.; Target consumers of comfort shoes offered by The Walking Co.; Plan of Lee Cox, senior vice-president of retail at Big Dogs, regarding The Walking Company's A-level stores.


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