Friday, March 7, 1997
Business stories in today's Enquirer
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BALDWIN ASKS SEC TO BUMP DISSIDENTS
Baldwin Piano & Organ Co. is getting tough with a dissident shareholder group that is seeking to press it into a merger and nominate a new slate of directors.
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BRENDAMOUR'S LIQUIDATION SET TO START
Going-out-of-business sales at four area Brendamour's Sporting Goods stores might begin as early as today, as the retailer awaits court approval to liquidate its stock. That approval is expected to come today.
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CINTAS BUYS NEW YORK-BASED UNIFORM MAKER MICRON-CLEAN
Cintas Corp. Thursday said it has bought Micron-Clean Uniform Service Inc., an East Coast provider of the specialized uniforms needed for particle-free workplaces, such as factories that make computer chips and pharmaceuticals.
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SEMINAR DRAWS ABOUT A DOZEN UNION PICKETS
The second round of a dust-up between the Cincinnati AFL-CIO Labor Council and Thompson Hine & Flory, the law firm organizing a seminar for businesses titled ''How to Remain Union Free,'' was a lot quieter than the first.
TRISTATE BUSINESS SUMMARY
RANSOHOFF LANDS FORD CONTRACT
CAE Ransohoff in Butler County has won a multimillion-dollar contract from Ford Motor Co. to provide metal cleaning equipment for the company's new ''FN'' front-wheel-drive transmission.
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