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Redman & Associates Reaches Deal With Chinese

Redman & Associates Reaches Deal With Chinese
Rodney Redman, left, president and COO of Redman & Associates, with his father, Mel Redman, chairman and CEO. | (Photo by Beth Hall)

Redman & Associates, the Rogers company that had hoped to take over the manufacturing of battery-operated riding toys for sale to Wal-Mart, has called a temporary truce in its legal dispute with Chinese importer Sales Chief Ent. (Hong Kong) Co.
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Big River Steel Asks Judge to Dismiss Lawsuit

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