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- Greg Norman Plotting Course For Growth. // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;4/7/2010, Vol. 199 Issue 73, p9
The article reports on the post recession growth strategy adopted by Michael Setola, president and chief executive officer (CEO) of Greg Norman and her team. According to Setola, its acquisition by Tharanco Group has made it leaner, meaner and more focussed. It also reports on the launch of an...
- Tharanco Purchases Greg Norman Line. Palmieri, Jean E. // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;2/2/2009, Vol. 197 Issue 21, p15
The article offers information on the expected announcement of the sale of Greg Norman Collection to Tharanco Group by MacGregor Golf Co. Michael Setola, the president and chief executive officer (CEO) of MacGregor, will be the CEO of Greg Norman and is also a partner in a new company, Tharanco...
- Tharanco Acquires Dunning Golf Brand. // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;10/3/2011, Vol. 202 Issue 69, p20
The article reports on the acquisition of a Toronto, Ontario-based brand Dunning Golf by Tharanco Lifestyles LLC, owner of the Greg Norman Collection Inc. Dunning will continue to design the collection, which is sold at high-end green grass pro golf shops and specialty stores. Tharanco president...
- Takeout's Breakout. DeCarlo, Lauren // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;12/15/2005, Vol. 190 Issue 128, p12
The article reports on the plans of Takeout, a knitwear company, to expand its business. The company plans to increase its product lines, number of stores and wholesale volume in 2006. Takeout has merged with Tharanco Group in June 2005. The wholesale price range of knit goods from Takeout is...
- THARANCO ACQUIRES JOSEPH A. Beckett, Whitney // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;2/1/2008, Vol. 195 Issue 23, p15
This article reports on the acquisition of knitwear manufacturer Joseph A. by Tharanco Group. The deal is worth $150 million. Tharanco plans to make Joseph A. into an international lifestyle brand. Joseph A. will still operate as a stand-alone company with founder Elan Eliau as chief executive...
- The slap-dash roll-up sits on shaky ground. Madden, Michael D. // Mergers & Acquisitions: The Dealermaker's Journal;Nov/Dec99, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p26
Warns that overuse of the lucrative roll-up strategy threatens to leave many United States consolidators vulnerable. Factors blamed for the failure of roll-ups; Difficulties in finding one firm that can be restructured with others in its industry; Importance of right management and flexible...
- Creating Synergies. Johnson, Howard E. // CMA Management;Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 74 Issue 6, p36
Focuses on the strategic value of business acquisitions. Components of value and price; Post-acquisition synergies; Types of synergies commonly anticipated by strategic buyers; Costs of realizing synergies.
- Integrating acquisitions successfully: Capturing the value. Wall, Stephen J.; Boccuzzi, Marie // Fairfield County Business Journal;01/31/2000, Vol. 39 Issue 5, pS3
Offers tips and advice on how to integrate business acquisitions successfully. Need to have flexible integration plans and processes; Need to recognize each organization's unique skills and core competencies.
- 'Seamless' Merger Starts With Right Ingredients. Sterns, Michael // San Diego Business Journal;12/3/2001, Vol. 22 Issue 49, p27
Focuses on the need for strategic planning in the merger between two financial institutions. Advantages of a merger; Importance of consolidating technologies; Evaluation of the differences and similarities between organizations.