Boscov's POS Data, EDI 852, EDI 846
Founded in 1911 by Solomon Boscov, Boscov's today is one of the last family-owned department store chains in the United States (along with Belk's and Dillard's). The chain operates stores throughout the Mid-Atlantic states of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, New York, Ohio and Delaware. Boscov's has annual revenue of over $1 billion. In August 2008, Boscov's filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, announced that ten underperforming stores would be closed. In September 2008, Philadelphia-based Versa Capital Management Inc was the preferred, or "staking horse" bidder for a complete sale of the company. By October 2008, however, retired CEO Albert Boscov and brother-in-law Edwin Larkin had formed a partnership to reacquire the company. In September 2009 the company successfully exited chapter 11 bankruptcy. In October 2011, Boscov's reopened its location in New Jersey, marking the first expansion of the company since its contraction in 2008.
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