Steimatzky Sold To Investor Group Headed By Gimel Yafit
Posted at 1:08PM Monday 23 Jun 2014
An investor group headed by television pitchwoman Yafit Greenberg, better known as Gimel Yafit, has agreed to purchase Steimatzky from Markstone Capital.
The sale was signed late Tuesday, after prospective buyers Kravitz, a stationery and office supplies chain of stores and Arledan Investments, owner of Keter Publishing House, backed out of a deal to acquire the financially troubled bookstore chain.
Sale of Steimatzky, Israel's largest book chain, completed
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