All Moss Bros articles – Page 10

  • News

    Baugur ‘in the mood’ to buy Moss Bros


    Baugur executive chairman J n sgeir J hannesson has said the investor is still looking to buy menswear retailer Moss Bros, after dismissing an approach to sell its 29 per cent stake.

  • News

    Moss Bros mystery investor revealed


    A mystery investor in Moss Bros has been identified as property and retail trader Paul Singh.

  • News

    Debenhams considered Moss Bros bid


    Debenhams has held secret talks about a potential bid for Moss Bros, according to The Sunday Times .

  • Opinion

    Moss Bros could be a late developer


    The Mothercare that released its fourth-quarter results this morning is a far cry from the mess that chief executive Ben Gordon inherited in 2002.

  • News

    Moss Bros enters the red


    Moss Bros has gone in to the red after notching up pre-tax losses of 1.4 million for the year to January 26.

  • News

    Greenwoods boss rules out Moss bid


    John Hanson, the head of menswear chain Greenwoods, has ruled himself out of the race for embattled rival chain Moss Bros.

  • News

    Mystery investor buys stake in Moss Bros


    A mystery investor has bought a stake of almost 8 per cent in Moss Bros as the plot surrounding the embattled menswear chain thickens.

  • News

    Laura Ashley ups stake in Moss Bros


    Laura Ashley raised its stake in troubled menswear retailer Moss Bros yesterday for the fifth time this month.

  • Analysis

    Keep it in the family


    Baugur’s bid for Moss Bros last week has sparked a bitter war of words over the retailer’s future. As the battle hots up, Lisa Berwin looks at what lies ahead for the venerable brand

  • Opinion

    Moss Bros in no-man’s land


    Sometimes, a picture says more than any words ever could. And the photograph of the Moss Bros store on Oxford Street on page 18, taken this Monday, just screams desperation.

  • News

    Moss Bros shares spike as offer from Baugur fuels investor fight


    Menswear retailer Moss Bros was the week’s biggest riser as a bad-tempered battle for control raged. Members of the founding families, the board and associates of potential buyer Baugur all laid into each other, which can hardly be helping store performance.

  • News

    Gee family strikes back at McCarthy in Moss Bros war


    Moss Bros director Rowland Gee has hit back at comments made by fellow board member Don McCarthy about family involvement in the business.

  • News

    McCarthy hits out as Baugur bids for Moss


    Moss Bros non-executive director and Baugur board member Don McCarthy has outlined the Icelandic investor’s plans for the retailer if its takeover succeeds.

  • Opinion

    Decision day looms for Moss


    Baugur’s 42p-a-share offer for Moss Bros may have split the retailer’s board and shareholders, but should be welcomed.

  • Opinion

    Cross Bros


    There have been more than a few cross words exchanged at Moss Bros this week.

  • News

    Laura Ashley wooed for Moss Bros bid


    Fashion-to-furnishings retailer Laura Ashley has been approached by a Moss Bros shareholder to lend its weight to a counterbid to Baugur’s 40 million indicative offer for the retailer, according to reports.

  • News

    Moss Bros shareholder to launch rival bid


    A private shareholder is poised to launch a rival takeover bid for Moss Bros in competition with Icelandic investor Baugur.

  • News

    Baugur makes move on Moss Bros


    Moss Bros has received a provisional take over offer from Baugur as the menswear retailer issues another profit warning.

  • News

    Moss Bros buys software to aid IT best practice


    Moss Bros has invested in EasyVista software to manage its IT hardware across 170 sites.

  • Opinion

    Deals revival is still distant


    The credit crunch is not over but, after a drought, deals or potential deals have come along like buses, three at a time.