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B. 2010-07-08 Zap merges with China's Jonway Santa Rosa
2008-12-22 Feuding family sells Sebastiani Vineyards Sonoma County
3. 2008-09-22 Gap to buy Athleta for $150 million Petaluma
4. 2005-12-02 Home Depot to buy Yardbirds Petaluma
F. 2003-11-07 CamelBak sold for $210 million Petaluma
G. 2002-06-07 Advanced TelCom rebuffs Integra bid Santa Rosa

Feuding family sells Sebastiani Vineyards
Zap merges with China's Jonway


year 2010 Top ^

Jul.8
  Santa Rosa: Zap Inc., electric vehicle manufacturer, announces a $60 million merger with a subsidiary of China's Jonway Group


year 2008 Top ^

Dec.22
  The Sebastiani Vineyards and Winery has been sold, marking the end of an era for a family business that came to life a century ago

Sep.22
  Petaluma: Gap is investing in the active-wear market with its $150 million cash purchase of Petaluma company that makes women's sports apparel


year 2005 Top ^

Dec.2 Home Depot to buy Yardbirds
  Petaluma: Petaluma's Yardbirds Home Center has 30 years of independent ownership for the local chain


year 2003 Top ^

Nov.7 CamelBak sold for $210 million
  Petaluma: The manufacturer of popular water-toting backpacks, is being sold to a New York investment group


year 2002 Top ^

Jun.7 Advanced TelCom rebuffs Integra bid
  Santa Rosa: Bankrupt ATG spurned a $13.8 million bid to sell most of its West Coast telephone service to Integra Telecom




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