Steinberg: The Breakup of a Family Empire

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Steinberg: The Breakup of a Family Empire
Abstract
A history of the growth and break-up of the Montreal-based Steinberg supermarket and real estate empire, founded by Ida Steinberg in 1917. Her son, Sam (1905-1978), developed Ida's grocery store at 4423 St. Lawrence Boulevard into a multi-million dollar business with stores throughout Quebec and Ontario. Disagreement among Sam's three daughters after his death led to the sale of the family grocery store business in 1989, and the Steinberg family name disappeared from the stores in 1992.
Place
Toronto
Publisher
Macmillan
Date
1990
Language
en
Citation
Gibbon, Ann, and Peter Hadekel. Steinberg: The Breakup of a Family Empire. Toronto: Macmillan, 1990.
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