Elder-Beerman creditors want it to find a buyer

Ryan, Thomas J.
September 1996
WWD: Women's Wear Daily;9/9/1996, Vol. 172 Issue 48, p18
Trade Publication
Reports on Elder-Beerman Stores Corp.'s reorganization under the Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings. Elder-Beerman's plan to emerge from the Chapter 11 proceedings as a stand-alone company by fall 1997; Secured and unsecured creditors's push for the sale of the company; Elder-Beerman's lawsuit against Carson Pirie Scott for the latter's violation of a confidentiality agreement with the former.


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