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 reported a big drop inQ3 earnings—down 82% to $6.8 million—on expenses related to Jos. A. Bank.
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.
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 reported preliminaryQ2 same-store sales numbers today, ahead of the August 2 quarter ending.