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The founder of the company has strong words for the board that ousted him.
The potential takeover battle starring ousted founder George Zimmer is adding to the stock's allure, thanks to recent strong performance.
It could be war between the founder and the board as both sides stake out their positions. Wall Street senses a takeover battle.
Carnival and Barnes & Noble report earnings. Altria enters e-cigarette market. Dish opts not to make offer for Sprint. Men's Wearhouse fires company founder.
Fans vent about the way founder George Zimmer was treated, and marketing experts worry that the company is throwing away business by discarding its spokesman.
The clothing chain's founder and well-known TV pitchman cites 'concerns' with the board over strategy. There must be more to it.
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