Men's Wearhouse escalates battle with founder, but are they winning the fight with shoppers?

  • Article by: ANNE D'INNOCENZIO , AP Retail Writer
  • Updated: June 25, 2013 - 4:40 PM

NEW YORK — Men's Wearhouse escalated a public battle with its founder and former pitchman George Zimmer on Tuesday, trying to explain why it fired the man who still represents the clothier in many shoppers' minds.

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championsJun. 25, 13 3:16 PM

Pure b.s... another Corporation covering it's behind....ya sure you betcha

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fwallenJun. 26, 13 6:41 AM

We have spent a lot at Men's over the last ten years. No mas! What confidence can I have in the pencil pushers who pushed Zimmer out. Brands are important to me and their brand is damaged.

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rlwr51Jun. 26, 13 9:51 AM

Most corporate takeovers are a sort of bait and switch, where they buy nothing more than than the good reputation and then substitute an inferior product - i.e. Sears, Home Depot... I think this time it might not work so good.

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timandtiaJun. 26, 1310:03 AM

If Zimmer loses out at Men's Warehouse, he should join another company. His ads were jus the best. Though, I do need a suit, but if I did, I would go to the Men's Warehouse. He seems to be a great Public Relations person. Hope things work out for Zimmer.

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gadams500Jun. 26, 13 2:48 PM

Bunch of rich guys fighting with each other. Nothing interesting here, just move along.

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