It's time to suit up: Men's Wearhouse is buying Jos. A. Bank for $1.8 billion, offering $65 a share, a 5 percent premium to Jos. A. Bank's closing price Monday of $61.83.
Crocs' signature clogs are long past their peak of popularity, but the company, buoyed by an investment from the Blackstone Group, is doing better than many expected it to.
Men's Wearhouse is stepping up its pursuit of Jos. A. Bank Clothiers, boosting the takeover offer for its rival by 10 percent to about $1.78 billion.
Wintry weather has prompted economists to trim forecasts for first-quarter GDP -- even though some of that lost growth could be pushed into the second quarter.
Yogawear retailer Lululemon cuts its quarterly forecast as the company struggles with the lingering effects of an embarrassing recall, sending shares lower.
Apparel retailer Men's Wearhouse mounted a hostile bid for rival Jos. A. Bank Clothiers with a raised offer, days after the smaller rival upped its buyout defenses.
From Ford committing to add thousands of high-paying jobs to Martha Stewart Omnimedia trimming payroll, here's are some of the week's most interesting moves in business.
The founder of Lululemon is stepping down as chairman after raising ire with his comments about the body types of potential buyers of the retailer's yoga pants.
An Abercrombie & Fitch shareholder urges the teen apparel retailer to replace CEO Mike Jeffries after his contract expires in February.
Men's Wearhouse struck back at Jos. A. Bank with a $1.5 billion bid to acquire the clothing retailer, only weeks after rejecting a takeover offer from its smaller rival.
Lululemon Athletica, which suffered an embarrassing recall of overly sheer yoga pants last spring, has received new complaints over the quality of some of its pants.
The second quarter was rough for retailers, but the sector's troubles battered some stocks that didn't deserve it. And that means opportunities for savvy bargain hunters.
From a new Burger King hamburger with a not-so-surprising topping to retailers quarterly results, here are some items that will help shape the week ahead on Wall Street.
Luxury retailer Neiman-Marcus announced Monday that it plans to come back to market with an IPO eight years after private equity firms acquired the company.
Among the things sure to move the market this week, a fast-growing mattress retailer will uncovering its financials and we'll get a raft of fiscal details from retailers.
From Krispy Kreme's quarterly report to a surprising stock market streak, let's go over some of the items that will help shape the week that lies ahead on Wall Street.
After a garment factory collapse in Bangladesh killed over 1,100 workers, many companies signed an accord to improve safety conditions there. Not on the list: Walmart and Gap.
Lululemon took a hit after a fiasco with see-through yoga pants. But it's not the first company to make -- or bounce back from -- a potentially destructive mistake.
The CEO of struggling department store J.C. Penney saw his 2012 compensation package plummet nearly 97 percent to about $1.9 million, according to a federal filing.