Specialty Catalog and Golub Terminate Merger Plans

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Niche marketer Specialty Catalog Corp., South Easton, MA, announced last week the termination of a planned merger with investment company Golub Associates Inc., New York. The intent to merge was announced in December.


A statement released by the online retailer said that the merger was "terminated because other conditions could not be satisfied on a timely basis." The company declined to comment further.


Specialty's catalogs of wigs, hairpieces and hair accessories include Paula Young, Especially Yours and Paula's Hatbox, as well as educational products and courses through its Western Schools catalog.
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