CITY OF COMMERCE, Calif. — Dollar-store chain 99 Cents Only here said Friday it has received an acquisition offer from two investment groups to take the company private. Members of the Schiffer/Gold family, together with Los Angles-based investment firm Leonard Green & Partners — which also has investments in Whole Foods Market and BJ’s Wholesale Club — have offered $19.09 per share for 99 Cents Only, which has a market capitalization of about $1.4 billion. Its shares shot up to nearly ...

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