CompUSA

CompUSA is a retailer and reseller of consumer electronics, technology products and computer services. Its headquarters are in Miami, Florida.

Until its reorganization, CompUSA, Inc. was a wholly owned subsidiary of U.S. Commercial Corp S.A.B. de C.V. and indirectly controlled by a common shareholder, Carlos Slim.

On December 7, 2007, an affiliate of liquidation firm Gordon Brothers Group bought the company. Systemax purchased the CompUSA brand, 16 retail locations and other company assets in January, 2008.

The Company now operates retail stores in Florida, Texas, Georgia, Illinois, Delaware, North Carolina, Puerto Rico and operates CompUSA.com, a retail web site and a dedicated catalog site for businesses.

Read more about CompUSA:  History, Closings and Sale To Systemax

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Systemax - Subsidiaries and Divisions - Acquisition of CompUSA
... announced an agreement on the acquisition of the Miami-based CompUSA brand, trademarks, and e-commerce business, and as many as 16 CompUSA retail outlets in Florida, Texas, and Puerto Rico ... The first new CompUSA store under Systemax ownership was opened in November 2009 ... In late December 2012, CompUSA was consolidated into TigerDirect ...
CompUSA - Closings and Sale To Systemax
... On or immediately before February 28, 2007, CompUSA retained the services of Gordon Brothers, a company that specializes in liquidation, for the purposes of ... On December 7, 2007, CompUSA was sold to Specialty Equity, an affiliate of Gordon Brothers Group ... On January 6, 2008, a month after CompUSA was sold to liquidators, Systemax (TigerDirect's parent company) announced its purchase of 16 CompUSA locations as well as the brand, trademarks, e-commerce business,and ...
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... big box retailer's ties to Apple, except for CompUSA which retained its Apple contract by agreeing to adopt Apple's "store within a store" concept ... This required that approximately 15% of each CompUSA store would be set aside for Mac hardware and software (including non-Apple products) and would play host ... in part because the Apple section was in the lowest-traffic area of CompUSA stores ...
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