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14 Jun 19
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12 Jun 19
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11 Jun 19
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Z Gallerie, a home furnishings retailer, has been sold in a bankruptcy auction, leading to the loss of as many as 196 jobs at its headquarters in Gardena. It’s possible the new owners, online retailer DirectBuy Home Improvement, will retain some of Z Galleries’ workers, according to a letter filed May 31 with the California Employment Development Department. At the time the letter was sent, Z Gallerie said it believed all workers, from corporate executives to warehouse floor workers, would be let go by late June. The letter indicates the warehouse, offices and outlet at 1855 West 139th St. will be downsized. Representatives with Z Gallerie could not be reached for comment. As part of the restructuring, 17 of the company’s 76 stores nationally will eventually close. Southern California locations include Torrance, Sherman Oaks, Mission Viejo, Costa Mesa, Corona and Newport Beach. Z Gallerie filed for bankruptcy in March, citing operating cash on hand of only $2 million. DirectBuy Home Improvement bought the chain in an auction in late May for $20.3 million, most of which involves the assumption of debt. The downsizing in Gardena is a result of the buyer’s plan to integrate Z Gallerie’s operations with its own. According to the May 31 letter to state officials, some current employees were being interviewed by the new owner and could be asked to remain at their jobs. Z Gallerie was granted a debtor-in-possession loan from a bank to enable it to continue to pay its workers until the sale is final. The March bankruptcy is its second since 2009. Other major retailers that have announced store closures in 2019 include Macy’s J.C. Penney, Charlotte Russe and Payless Shoe Source.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
11 Jun 19
Press Telegram
Z Gallerie, a home furnishings retailer, has been sold in a bankruptcy auction, leading to the loss of as many as 196 jobs at its headquarters in Gardena. It’s possible the new owners, online retailer DirectBuy Home Improvement, will retain some of Z Galleries’ workers, according to a letter filed May 31 with the California Employment Development Department. At the time the letter was sent, Z Gallerie said it believed all workers, from corporate executives to warehouse floor workers, would be let go by late June. The letter indicates the warehouse, offices and outlet at 1855 West 139th St. will be downsized. Representatives with Z Gallerie could not be reached for comment. As part of the restructuring, 17 of the company’s 76 stores nationally will eventually close. Southern California locations include Torrance, Sherman Oaks, Mission Viejo, Costa Mesa, Corona and Newport Beach. Z Gallerie filed for bankruptcy in March, citing operating cash on hand of only $2 million. DirectBuy Home Improvement bought the chain in an auction in late May for $20.3 million, most of which involves the assumption of debt. The downsizing in Gardena is a result of the buyer’s plan to integrate Z Gallerie’s operations with its own. According to the May 31 letter to state officials, some current employees were being interviewed by the new owner and could be asked to remain at their jobs. Z Gallerie was granted a debtor-in-possession loan from a bank to enable it to continue to pay its workers until the sale is final. The March bankruptcy is its second since 2009. Other major retailers that have announced store closures in 2019 include Macy’s J.C. Penney, Charlotte Russe and Payless Shoe Source.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
11 Jun 19
Pasadena Star News
Z Gallerie, a home furnishings retailer, has been sold in a bankruptcy auction, leading to the loss of as many as 196 jobs at its headquarters in Gardena. It’s possible the new owners, online retailer DirectBuy Home Improvement, will retain some of Z Galleries’ workers, according to a letter filed May 31 with the California Employment Development Department. At the time the letter was sent, Z Gallerie said it believed all workers, from corporate executives to warehouse floor workers, would be let go by late June. The letter indicates the warehouse, offices and outlet at 1855 West 139th St. will be downsized. Representatives with Z Gallerie could not be reached for comment. As part of the restructuring, 17 of the company’s 76 stores nationally will eventually close. Southern California locations include Torrance, Sherman Oaks, Mission Viejo, Costa Mesa, Corona and Newport Beach. Z Gallerie filed for bankruptcy in March, citing operating cash on hand of only $2 million. DirectBuy Home Improvement bought the chain in an auction in late May for $20.3 million, most of which involves the assumption of debt. The downsizing in Gardena is a result of the buyer’s plan to integrate Z Gallerie’s operations with its own. According to the May 31 letter to state officials, some current employees were being interviewed by the new owner and could be asked to remain at their jobs. Z Gallerie was granted a debtor-in-possession loan from a bank to enable it to continue to pay its workers until the sale is final. The March bankruptcy is its second since 2009. Other major retailers that have announced store closures in 2019 include Macy’s J.C. Penney, Charlotte Russe and Payless Shoe Source.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
11 Jun 19
Orange County Register
Z Gallerie, a home furnishings retailer, has been sold in a bankruptcy auction, leading to the loss of as many as 196 jobs at its headquarters in Gardena. It’s possible the new owners, online retailer DirectBuy Home Improvement, will retain some of Z Galleries’ workers, according to a letter filed May 31 with the California Employment Development Department. At the time the letter was sent, Z Gallerie said it believed all workers, from corporate executives to warehouse floor workers, would be let go by late June. The letter indicates the warehouse, offices and outlet at 1855 West 139th St. will be downsized. Representatives with Z Gallerie could not be reached for comment. As part of the restructuring, 17 of the company’s 76 stores nationally will eventually close. Southern California locations include Torrance, Sherman Oaks, Mission Viejo, Costa Mesa, Corona and Newport Beach. Z Gallerie filed for bankruptcy in March, citing operating cash on hand of only $2 million. DirectBuy Home Improvement bought the chain in an auction in late May for $20.3 million, most of which involves the assumption of debt. The downsizing in Gardena is a result of the buyer’s plan to integrate Z Gallerie’s operations with its own. According to the May 31 letter to state officials, some current employees were being interviewed by the new owner and could be asked to remain at their jobs. Z Gallerie was granted a debtor-in-possession loan from a bank to enable it to continue to pay its workers until the sale is final. The March bankruptcy is its second since 2009. Other major retailers that have announced store closures in 2019 include Macy’s J.C. Penney, Charlotte Russe and Payless Shoe Source.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
11 Jun 19
Daily Breeze
Z Gallerie, a home furnishings retailer, has been sold in a bankruptcy auction, leading to the loss of as many as 196 jobs at its headquarters in Gardena. It’s possible the new owners, online retailer DirectBuy Home Improvement, will retain some of Z Galleries’ workers, according to a letter filed May 31 with the California Employment Development Department. At the time the letter was sent, Z Gallerie said it believed all workers, from corporate executives to warehouse floor workers, would be let go by late June. The letter indicates the warehouse, offices and outlet at 1855 West 139th St. will be downsized. Representatives with Z Gallerie could not be reached for comment. As part of the restructuring, 17 of the company’s 76 stores nationally will eventually close. Southern California locations include Torrance, Sherman Oaks, Mission Viejo, Costa Mesa, Corona and Newport Beach. Z Gallerie filed for bankruptcy in March, citing operating cash on hand of only $2 million. DirectBuy Home Improvement bought the chain in an auction in late May for $20.3 million, most of which involves the assumption of debt. The downsizing in Gardena is a result of the buyer’s plan to integrate Z Gallerie’s operations with its own. According to the May 31 letter to state officials, some current employees were being interviewed by the new owner and could be asked to remain at their jobs. Z Gallerie was granted a debtor-in-possession loan from a bank to enable it to continue to pay its workers until the sale is final. The March bankruptcy is its second since 2009. Other major retailers that have announced store closures in 2019 include Macy’s J.C. Penney, Charlotte Russe and Payless Shoe Source.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
11 Jun 19
Daily News
Z Gallerie, a home furnishings retailer, has been sold in a bankruptcy auction, leading to the loss of as many as 196 jobs at its headquarters in Gardena. It’s possible the new owners, online retailer DirectBuy Home Improvement, will retain some of Z Galleries’ workers, according to a letter filed May 31 with the California Employment Development Department. At the time the letter was sent, Z Gallerie said it believed all workers, from corporate executives to warehouse floor workers, would be let go by late June. The letter indicates the warehouse, offices and outlet at 1855 West 139th St. will be downsized. Representatives with Z Gallerie could not be reached for comment. As part of the restructuring, 17 of the company’s 76 stores nationally will eventually close. Southern California locations include Torrance, Sherman Oaks, Mission Viejo, Costa Mesa, Corona and Newport Beach. Z Gallerie filed for bankruptcy in March, citing operating cash on hand of only $2 million. DirectBuy Home Improvement bought the chain in an auction in late May for $20.3 million, most of which involves the assumption of debt. The downsizing in Gardena is a result of the buyer’s plan to integrate Z Gallerie’s operations with its own. According to the May 31 letter to state officials, some current employees were being interviewed by the new owner and could be asked to remain at their jobs. Z Gallerie was granted a debtor-in-possession loan from a bank to enable it to continue to pay its workers until the sale is final. The March bankruptcy is its second since 2009. Other major retailers that have announced store closures in 2019 include Macy’s J.C. Penney, Charlotte Russe and Payless Shoe Source.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
11 Jun 19
Whittier Daily News
Z Gallerie, a home furnishings retailer, has been sold in a bankruptcy auction, leading to the loss of as many as 196 jobs at its headquarters in Gardena. It’s possible the new owners, online retailer DirectBuy Home Improvement, will retain some of Z Galleries’ workers, according to a letter filed May 31 with the California Employment Development Department. At the time the letter was sent, Z Gallerie said it believed all workers, from corporate executives to warehouse floor workers, would be let go by late June. The letter indicates the warehouse, offices and outlet at 1855 West 139th St. will be downsized. Representatives with Z Gallerie could not be reached for comment. As part of the restructuring, 17 of the company’s 76 stores nationally will eventually close. Southern California locations include Torrance, Sherman Oaks, Mission Viejo, Costa Mesa, Corona and Newport Beach. Z Gallerie filed for bankruptcy in March, citing operating cash on hand of only $2 million. DirectBuy Home Improvement bought the chain in an auction in late May for $20.3 million, most of which involves the assumption of debt. The downsizing in Gardena is a result of the buyer’s plan to integrate Z Gallerie’s operations with its own. According to the May 31 letter to state officials, some current employees were being interviewed by the new owner and could be asked to remain at their jobs. Z Gallerie was granted a debtor-in-possession loan from a bank to enable it to continue to pay its workers until the sale is final. The March bankruptcy is its second since 2009. Other major retailers that have announced store closures in 2019 include Macy’s J.C. Penney, Charlotte Russe and Payless Shoe Source.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
11 Jun 19
Press Enterprise
Z Gallerie, a home furnishings retailer, has been sold in a bankruptcy auction, leading to the loss of as many as 196 jobs at its headquarters in Gardena. It’s possible the new owners, online retailer DirectBuy Home Improvement, will retain some of Z Galleries’ workers, according to a letter filed May 31 with the California Employment Development Department. At the time the letter was sent, Z Gallerie said it believed all workers, from corporate executives to warehouse floor workers, would be let go by late June. The letter indicates the warehouse, offices and outlet at 1855 West 139th St. will be downsized. Representatives with Z Gallerie could not be reached for comment. As part of the restructuring, 17 of the company’s 76 stores nationally will eventually close. Southern California locations include Torrance, Sherman Oaks, Mission Viejo, Costa Mesa, Corona and Newport Beach. Z Gallerie filed for bankruptcy in March, citing operating cash on hand of only $2 million. DirectBuy Home Improvement bought the chain in an auction in late May for $20.3 million, most of which involves the assumption of debt. The downsizing in Gardena is a result of the buyer’s plan to integrate Z Gallerie’s operations with its own. According to the May 31 letter to state officials, some current employees were being interviewed by the new owner and could be asked to remain at their jobs. Z Gallerie was granted a debtor-in-possession loan from a bank to enable it to continue to pay its workers until the sale is final. The March bankruptcy is its second since 2009. Other major retailers that have announced store closures in 2019 include Macy’s J.C. Penney, Charlotte Russe and Payless Shoe Source.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
11 Jun 19
Redlands Daily Facts
Z Gallerie, a home furnishings retailer, has been sold in a bankruptcy auction, leading to the loss of as many as 196 jobs at its headquarters in Gardena. It’s possible the new owners, online retailer DirectBuy Home Improvement, will retain some of Z Galleries’ workers, according to a letter filed May 31 with the California Employment Development Department. At the time the letter was sent, Z Gallerie said it believed all workers, from corporate executives to warehouse floor workers, would be let go by late June. The letter indicates the warehouse, offices and outlet at 1855 West 139th St. will be downsized. Representatives with Z Gallerie could not be reached for comment. As part of the restructuring, 17 of the company’s 76 stores nationally will eventually close. Southern California locations include Torrance, Sherman Oaks, Mission Viejo, Costa Mesa, Corona and Newport Beach. Z Gallerie filed for bankruptcy in March, citing operating cash on hand of only $2 million. DirectBuy Home Improvement bought the chain in an auction in late May for $20.3 million, most of which involves the assumption of debt. The downsizing in Gardena is a result of the buyer’s plan to integrate Z Gallerie’s operations with its own. According to the May 31 letter to state officials, some current employees were being interviewed by the new owner and could be asked to remain at their jobs. Z Gallerie was granted a debtor-in-possession loan from a bank to enable it to continue to pay its workers until the sale is final. The March bankruptcy is its second since 2009. Other major retailers that have announced store closures in 2019 include Macy’s J.C. Penney, Charlotte Russe and Payless Shoe Source.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
11 Jun 19
Daily Bulletin
Z Gallerie, a home furnishings retailer, has been sold in a bankruptcy auction, leading to the loss of as many as 196 jobs at its headquarters in Gardena. It’s possible the new owners, online retailer DirectBuy Home Improvement, will retain some of Z Galleries’ workers, according to a letter filed May 31 with the California Employment Development Department. At the time the letter was sent, Z Gallerie said it believed all workers, from corporate executives to warehouse floor workers, would be let go by late June. The letter indicates the warehouse, offices and outlet at 1855 West 139th St. will be downsized. Representatives with Z Gallerie could not be reached for comment. As part of the restructuring, 17 of the company’s 76 stores nationally will eventually close. Southern California locations include Torrance, Sherman Oaks, Mission Viejo, Costa Mesa, Corona and Newport Beach. Z Gallerie filed for bankruptcy in March, citing operating cash on hand of only $2 million. DirectBuy Home Improvement bought the chain in an auction in late May for $20.3 million, most of which involves the assumption of debt. The downsizing in Gardena is a result of the buyer’s plan to integrate Z Gallerie’s operations with its own. According to the May 31 letter to state officials, some current employees were being interviewed by the new owner and could be asked to remain at their jobs. Z Gallerie was granted a debtor-in-possession loan from a bank to enable it to continue to pay its workers until the sale is final. The March bankruptcy is its second since 2009. Other major retailers that have announced store closures in 2019 include Macy’s J.C. Penney, Charlotte Russe and Payless Shoe Source.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
11 Jun 19
The Mercury News
Z Gallerie, a home furnishings retailer, has been sold in a bankruptcy auction, leading to the loss of as many as 196 jobs at its headquarters in Gardena. It’s possible the new owners, online retailer DirectBuy Home Improvement, will retain some of Z Galleries’ workers, according to a letter filed May 31 with the California Employment Development Department. At the time the letter was sent, Z Gallerie said it believed all workers, from corporate executives to warehouse floor workers, would be let go by late June. The letter indicates the warehouse, offices and outlet at 1855 West 139th St. will be downsized. [dfm_iframe src=”https://apps.mercurynews.com/newsletters-signup/?campaign=gmsv” width=”100%” height=”220px” allowfullscreen=”yes” scrolling=”yes” /] Representatives with Z Gallerie could not be reached for comment. As part of the restructuring, 17 of the company’s 76 stores nationally will eventually close. Southern California locations include Torrance, Sherman Oaks, Mission Viejo, Costa Mesa, Corona and Newport Beach. Z Gallerie filed for bankruptcy in March, citing operating cash on hand of only $2 million. DirectBuy Home Improvement bought the chain in an auction in late May for $20.3 million, most of which involves the assumption of debt. The downsizing in Gardena is a result of the buyer’s plan to integrate Z Gallerie’s operations with its own. According to the May 31 letter to state officials, some current employees were being interviewed by the new owner and could be asked to remain at their jobs. Z Gallerie was granted a debtor-in-possession loan from a bank to enable it to continue to pay its workers until the sale is final. The March bankruptcy is its second since 2009. Other major retailers that have announced store closures in 2019 include Macy’s J.C. Penney, Charlotte Russe and Payless Shoe Source.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
11 Jun 19
East Bay Times
Z Gallerie, a home furnishings retailer, has been sold in a bankruptcy auction, leading to the loss of as many as 196 jobs at its headquarters in Gardena. It’s possible the new owners, online retailer DirectBuy Home Improvement, will retain some of Z Galleries’ workers, according to a letter filed May 31 with the California Employment Development Department. At the time the letter was sent, Z Gallerie said it believed all workers, from corporate executives to warehouse floor workers, would be let go by late June. The letter indicates the warehouse, offices and outlet at 1855 West 139th St. will be downsized. Representatives with Z Gallerie could not be reached for comment. As part of the restructuring, 17 of the company’s 76 stores nationally will eventually close. Southern California locations include Torrance, Sherman Oaks, Mission Viejo, Costa Mesa, Corona and Newport Beach. Z Gallerie filed for bankruptcy in March, citing operating cash on hand of only $2 million. DirectBuy Home Improvement bought the chain in an auction in late May for $20.3 million, most of which involves the assumption of debt. The downsizing in Gardena is a result of the buyer’s plan to integrate Z Gallerie’s operations with its own. According to the May 31 letter to state officials, some current employees were being interviewed by the new owner and could be asked to remain at their jobs. Z Gallerie was granted a debtor-in-possession loan from a bank to enable it to continue to pay its workers until the sale is final. The March bankruptcy is its second since 2009. Other major retailers that have announced store closures in 2019 include Macy’s J.C. Penney, Charlotte Russe and Payless Shoe Source.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
11 Jun 19
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10 Jun 19
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