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Investors eyeing a purchase of Jos. A.
Delaware attorneys say complaint is premature as Eminence seeks injuction against hypothetical Men's Wearhouse deal for Eddie Bauer.
The trading panel discussed Monday's market decline and whether to remain optimistic.
It's chasing Eddie Bauer in order to avoid the embrace of Men's Wearhouse.
Retailer says its sees no benefit into entering talks with Men's Wearhouse.
U.S. stock futures point modestly higher; Jos. A. Bank reportedly in talks to buy Eddie Bauer; Janet Yellen to be sworn in as Federal Reserve chief; Yum Brands to report earnings; GM and Ford to report January sales.
Jos. A. Bank worries that the FTC, as part of its antitrust review, has sent Men's Wearhouse a second request for information, and the agency might not OK the deal.
Suitor open to raising $57.50 per share tender offer if target comes to the table.
Regulator extends the antitrust review of Men's Wearhouse's $1.6 billion hostile tender offer.
M&A can provide amazing value for purchasing firms' balance sheets -- and instant gratification for shareholders in the target firm.
Jos. A. Bank Clothiers rejected Men's Wearhouse's sweetened hostile offer of $57.50 per share on Friday as undervaluing the company. In doing so, the Hampstead, Maryland-based target may have a point.
Will this song and dance never end? Eminence Capital steps in to urge Jos. A. Bank (JOSB) to negotiate with Men's Wearhouse (MW).
Menswear Clothier Announces Partnership With PromGirl.com
Shareholder takes to Delaware Chancery Court to force talks with Men's Wearhouse, threatens to nominate two to target's board.
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Men's Wearhouse goes hostile, Jos. A. Bank strengthens poison pill, but for-sale signs are still out.
Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. (JOSB) hit nearly $57 a share on Monday as its ongoing story with Men's Wearhouse continues.
Stocks are retreating from their early highs with the tech-heavy Nasdaq leading the slide. TheStreet's Gregg Greenberg details the latest headlines.
Men's Wearhouse lifts its takeover proposal for Jos. A. Bank Clothiers by commencing a cash tender offer for all of its outstanding shares at $57.50 a share.
Jos. A. Bank looks good to Men's Wearhouse, so the suit maker is making yet another hostile bid in its attempt to take over the company that tried to buy it in 2013. After a successful IPO, volatility is weighing on Twitter's stock, which is off as we head into the open.
Stocks are retreating from their early highs with the tech-heavy Nasdaq leading the slide.
Men's Wearhouse is offering it's rivals shareholders a more than 35% premium to the share price.
Men's Wearhouse makes another hostile bid for rival clothing retailer Jos. A. Bank.
Shares of Jos. A. Bank were rising modestly after the menswear retailer reduced the threshold of its shareholder rights plan, to 10% from 20%, in its latest jab against Men's Wearhouse.
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