A. Bank stock had been “validly tendered” and not withdrawn. This constitutes 79.9 percent of the shares outstanding as of the end of the fourth quarter.
(AP) — Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. is buying the parent company of Eddie Bauer in a cash-and-stock deal valued at $825 million that will help strengthen its menswear business and diversify its offerings. The deal comes as Jos. A. Bank is …
In general, a company must disclose an investigation that would influence an investor's decision to buy or sell its stock. John Coffee, a professor at Columbia University's law school, said disclosures are often triggered at "the point when a …
Men’s Wearhouse shares have risen about 91 percent to Friday’s close of $53.79 on the New York Stock Exchange. Men’s Wearhouse shares trade at 19.64 times forward earnings, while Jos. A. Bank’s stock trades at 21.41 times. Our …
Stock in Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. took a drubbing yesterday, plunging by 22 percent one day after the Hampstead-based suitmaker reported disappointing quarterly profits and major adjustments in its merchandise strategy. Bank's …
Bank Clothiers Inc JOSB.O has rebuffed a $1.5 billion takeover bid by Men ... Men’s Wearhouse shares were down 0.9 percent at $51.54 on the New York Stock Exchange. Jos. A. Bank’s Nasdaq-traded stock was down 0.7 percent at …
Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc., the retailer resisting a merger with Men’s Wearhouse Inc., said it will buy the Eddie Bauer brand for cash and new shares, and buy some of its own stock at an 18 percent premium to reward shareholders. Jos.
Would you ever have guessed? At the time of that first lease payment, Jos. A. Bank’s stock was selling for about $13 per share. In fiscal 2004, the company’s net income was just $24.5 million — close to the $24 million price of the plane!
In the first trading session since the weekend's news, Bank shares slid 5 percent to $53.39 a share, while Men's Wearhouse stock's price fell nearly 8 percent ... "We believe an Eddie Bauer acquisition by JOSB would significantly …
Shares of The Men's Wearhouse fell 51 cents to $51.50 in late morning trading, and Jos. A. Bank stock declined 30 cents to $56.73. Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. said its board unanimously rejected the offer from Fremont, Calif.-based Men's …