Ryan, Thomas J.
September 2006
SGB;Sep2006, Vol. 39 Issue 9, p16
Trade Publication
The article looks at how Aether Holdings Inc. has entered into an agreement to acquire The Athlete's Foot, the athletic footwear and apparel franchise system. According to the article, the deal will give Aether the global retial franchise operation of The Athlete's Foot in addition to the company's name. In 2004 The Athlete's Foot filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Comments from Robert D'Loren, Aether's CEO, are presented.


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