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OTC PK:APSIQAPS Holding Corporation
 On February 2, 1998, APS Holding Corporation filed voluntary petitions for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. As of March 3, 1999, it was in the process of closing its remaining stores and distribution centers; and anticipated that it would seek to liquidate the balance of its assets in an orderly fashion. As of that date, APS Holding Corporation was engaged in the business of selling and distributing automotive replacement parts, accessories, and supplies. It conducted business through a network of company-owned stores, installers, service warehouses, and distribution centers.
 Market CapDay's VolumeLast TradeChange
 -0$0.00020.0%
 
OTC PK:CHLRChancellor Corporation
 Chancellor Corporation through its wholly owned subsidiary, Chancellor Asset Management operates in two primary business segments: sales of transportation equipment and leasing activity. The company's sales of transportation equipment division retails and wholesales used transportation equipment primarily, tractors and trailers, through retail centers located in strategic locations primarily in the southern and mid-western sections of the United States. This business segment also includes sales of equipment by the company's equipment re-marketing group. Leasing activities include revenues generated under operating or direct financing leases. The company also manages most of the leases it sells to investors and, when the original lease expires or terminates, remarkets the equipment for the benefit of the investors and the company. Leases primarily involve transportation equipment, but also other equipment, including material handling and construction equipment.
 Market CapDay's VolumeLast TradeChange
 -0$0.00010.0%
 
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