Men’s Wearhouse, in partnership with the YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund, presented USC student Juno Zhu with the first ever Doug Ewert Men’s Wearhouse scholarship today.
The licensed tuxedo shops, to be located inside 300 Macy’s doors by fall 2016, will be branded as Macy’s but operated and staffed by Men’s Wearhouse.
Ben Baum, an apparel executive whose experience includes Bebe Stores, Google and Target, will be chief digital officer for Men’s Wearhouse — a newly created position. “Ben has an incredible track record developing and leading digital operations in the fashion retail industry,” said CEO Doug Ewert in a statement. “His …
Joseph Abboud opens its first flagship store under the Men’s Wearhouse ownership this week.
The Men’s Wearhouse store on Madison Avenue in Manhattan has been hit three times by a burglar who only steals Joseph Abboud apparel.
Men’s Wearhouse vice chairman David Edwab announced that he will retire from his executive position with the company but remain vice chairman.
Men’s Wearhouse will open its first Joseph Abboud store at Madison Avenue and 49th Street in Manhattan early next year.
Men’s Wearhouse has launched an e-commerce site for the Joseph Abboud brand and announced plans for a store in 2015.
Men’s Wearhouse has updated its executive structure again in the wake of the Jos. A. Bank acquisition.
Men’s Wearhouse has promoted EVP and chief merchandising officer Mary Beth Blake to president.
Doug Ewert: “As of Jan, 2015 we will be leveraging our internal tuxedo rental inventory and logistics to serve the Jos. A. Bank tuxedo operations.”
Men’s Wearhouse has launched an omni-channel program that makes all inventory from all stores and distributions centers accessible to in-store and online customers.
Men’s Wearhouse will acquire rival Jos. A. Bank for $65 per share in a deal worth $1.8 billion.
After months of back-and-forth, Men’s Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank have entered into a non-disclosure agreement.
While Jos. A. Bank has rejected the latest in a long line of offers from rival Men’s Wearhouse, its chairman, Robert Wildrick, has finally agreed to talk.
Men’s Wearhouse will raise its offer to acquire Jos. A. Bank to $63.50/share if the retailer will halt its acquisition of Eddie Bauer.
Eminence Capital CEO Ricky Sandler lashed out at Jos. A. Bank after its Eddie Bauer deal.
Eminence Capital has nominated two people to the Jos. A. Bank board: former PVH chairman Bruce J. Klatsky and former Federated president Norman S. Matthews.
Jos. A. Bank has rejected the latest takeover offer from Men’s Wearhouse. The $1.6 billion or $57.50 per share offer, which Men’s Wearhouse said was a 52 percent premium over the retailer’s unaffected enterprise value and a 38 percent premium over its October 8 share price, was made on January …
Men’s Wearhouse has made another offer for rival Jos. A. Bank, this time for $57.50 per share or $1.6 billion.
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