LOS ANGELES — Apollo Management, the New York-based investment group that sold its stake in Smart & Final earlier this year, is reportedly interested in making a bid for 99 Cents Only Stores here. The 285-unit chain had indicated earlier this year it was negotiating with Leonard Green & Partners here to take the chain private for an investment of $1.3 billion, or $19.09 per share. About one-third of the company's shares are held by the Schiffer and Gold families. However, with ...

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