Investor buys T.L. Bayne Co

Evans, Gary
January 2008
Furniture/Today;1/28/2008, Vol. 32 Issue 21, p146
Trade Publication
The article reports on the acquisition of Harlan, Kentucky-based upholstery manufacturer T.L. Bayne Co. by Chattanooga, Tennessee-based investor and business owner Tommy Caldwell. Accordingly, Caldwell will take over the company in February 2008 as its president and CEO. Detailed information about the establishment of the company is included.


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