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March 11, 2011

Discount store retailer 99 Cents Only Stores has received a proposal to take the company private from the company's founding family and investment firm Leonard Green & Partners LP for $19.09 per share, the Associated Press reported.

CITY OF COMMERCE, Calif. — First it was Family Dollar, now 99 Cents Only Stores finds itself in buyout talks, as investors are seeing the value in discount store chains.

The company has received a proposal to take the company private from the company's founding family and investment firm Leonard Green & Partners LP for $19.09 per share, the Associated Press reported.

February 3, 2011

Ninety-nine Cents Only Stores reported that retail sales for the third quarter ended Dec. 25 increased by 1.5% to $354.1 million and same-store sales decreased 0.7%.

CITY OF COMMERCE, Calif. -- Ninety-nine Cents Only Stores reported that retail sales for the third quarter ended Dec. 25 increased by 1.5% to $354.1 million and same-store sales decreased 0.7%.

Consolidated net income increased by $2.1 million to $26.6 million, or 38 cents per diluted share, versus $24.5 million in the prior year, or 35 cents per diluted share

January 10, 2011

Third-quarter sales growth was hard to come by at 99 Cents Only as the extreme value retailer’s heavy concentration of stores in Southern California were negatively affected by unseasonably strong rains that hit the region prior to Christmas.

City of Commerce, Calif. -- Third-quarter sales growth was hard to come by at 99 Cents Only as the extreme value retailer’s heavy concentration of stores in Southern California were negatively affected by unseasonably strong rains that hit the region prior to Christmas.