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A. Bank Clothiers Inc said its board has unanimously rejected the $1.5 billion bid by Men’s Wearhouse Inc. Men’s Wearhouse offered to buy Jos. A. Bank in November, after rejecting a takeover offer from the smaller rival.
Private Equity Hub · 12/23/2013
Jos. A. Bank Clothier Inc. has rejected a $1.61 billion takeover offer from rival Men's Wearhouse. The two men's clothing retailers have been engaged in a strange courtship for months. Jos. A. Bank made a bid for The Men's Wearhouse Inc. last year that was ...
41 NBC News · 1/17/2014
Retailer Jos. A. Bank has rejected a $1.61 billion takeover offer from rival Men's Wearhouse. The two men's clothing shops have been engaged in a strange courtship for months. Bank said Friday that the offer is still too low and not in the best interest of ...
YAHOO!TECH · 1/17/2014
Jos. A Bank rejects takeover offer Jos. A. Bank Clothier Inc. has rejected a $1.61 billion takeover offer from rival Men’s Wearhouse. The two men’s clothing retailers have been engaged in a strange courtship for months. Jos. A. Bank made a bid for The ...
The State South Carolina's Homepage · 1/18/2014
A. Bank Clothiers Inc (>> Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc) rejected Men's Wearhouse Inc's (>> The Men's Wearhouse, Inc.) revised takeover offer calling it inadequate, but said it was willing to talk with its larger rival about a higher bid. Jos. A. Bank shares ...
4 Traders · 2/27/2014
Bill Ackman, an activist investor, has shorted Herbalife’s shares; the company rejects ... Wearhouse and Jos A. Bank at last agreed to combine in a $1.8 billion deal to fashion America’s fourth-biggest retailer of men’s apparel. Because of the ...
The Economist online · 3/15/2014
A. Bank thinks it looks. Jos. A. Bank, the men’s clothing giant with 500 stores across the U.S. and more than $1 billion in revenue last year, offered $2.3 billion on Wednesday in an unsolicited takeover bid for its closest rival, Men’s Warehouse.
TIME Business & Money · ByNate Rawlings · 10/10/2013
With the offer of $57.50 cash for each of Hampstead-based Bank's outstanding shares, Men's Wearhouse is bypassing the retailer's management to appeal directly to shareholders. The so-called hostile takeover bid is the latest volley in the war to control a ...
The Baltimore Sun · 1/7/2014
We can’t help it: we really miss Men’s Wearhouse founder George Zimmer and his “you’re gonna like the way you look; I guarantee it!” commercials, and are compelled to make headline jokes about him. Yet since his ouster, it’s been interesting to ...
The Consumerist · ByLaura Northrup · 1/13/2014
Men’s Wearhouse may be considering a takeover bid to buyout high-end shoemaker brand Allen Edmonds. Men’s Wearhouse recently rejected a buyout offer from Jos. A. Bank, citing that the offer undervalued the company. After taking control of Joseph …
Retail Dive · 10/24/2013