Zimmer’s sudden exit and his now publicly expressed opposition to the move suggests that a K&G sale is imminent. Further, MW stock is very inexpensive, and it’s a strong possibility that Zimmer may team up with another investor to try to regain control. The bottom-line is that investors appear to have multiple ways to win with MW. Read detailed analysis at Liston Street Pulse.
Nobody on WS knows their stuff. They party 1.5 years at Ivy leagues, get drunk and then get fat salaries and bonuses. This company is going down. I don't see people buying in their stores. Macy's is eating their lunch