Fazzini, Kate
December 2007
Home Channel News;12/17/2007, Vol. 33 Issue 16, p3
The article focuses on the bid of Sears Holdings for Restoration Hardware in Chicago, Illinois. According to the author, a $6.75 bid per outstanding share of the high-end home decor retailer has been offered by Sears Holdings, which is a smidge above the $6.70 offered by the private equity firm Catterton Partners. However , Restoration Hardware has expressed reservations about the offer of the Sears Holdings.


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