The Finish Line Buys Man Alive Chain

Ryan, Thomas J.
February 2005
SGB;Feb2005, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p21
Trade Publication
Deals with the expansion plans of sporting goods retailer Finish Line Inc. Decision of the company to acquire retail chain Man Alive; Remarks from Alan H. Cohen, chairman and CEO of Finish Line, regarding the acquisition; Plans of the company for the Man Alive stores.


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