Bon-Ton May Make A Comeback After Sale Of Intellectual Property Rights

Although Bon-Ton Stores shuttered the remainder of its stores in August, the brandalready may be primed for a comeback.

A subsidiary of CSC Generation Holdings, a retail technology platform provider, has signed a deal giving it the rights to Bon-Ton and its subsidiary department store chains, Boston Store, Bergner’s, Carson’s, Elder Beerman, Herberger’s and Younkers, according to USA TODAY. The U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware must approve the agreement for it becomes final.

CSC Generation Holdings agreed to pay $900,000 for Bon-Ton’s intellectual property including trademarks, web sites, private label brands, customer lists and other data, according to bankruptcy court documents. The company outbid apparel retailer Christopher & Banks by $50,000.

Bon-Ton’s web sites already have…