Just Which One Is The `Other' Bowles?
On Monday, Apr. 21, at 9:30 a.m., shareholders of Springs Industries Inc. gathered at the Fort Mill (S.C.) High School auditorium for their annual meeting. A routine and, by all accounts, a happy affair, for it marked the first public steps toward center stage for the 110-year-old textile maker's new No.2, Crandall Close Bowles. Great-great-granddaughter of the company's founder, Bowles is heiress to a $2.5 billion complex that produces such household names as Wamsutta, Springmaid, and Ultrasuede.
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