US: Collective Brands to be sold in $2bn deal
By Leonie Barrie | 1 May 2012
A consortium made up of Wolverine Worldwide and private equity firms Blum Capital Partners and Golden Gate Capital has emerged as the winner in the race to buy footwear retailer Collective Brands Inc, after a $2bn deal was agreed today (1 May).
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