Men's Wearhouse, founded in 1973 by longtime suit pitchman George Zimmer and his father, acquired Jos. A. Bank in June 2014, becoming the holding company Tailored Brands 2016. The firm also owns the Moores Clothing for Men Brand, which has over 100 stores in Canada, and the K&G Fashion Superstore brand. … [Read more...] about Bankruptcy Declared By Men’s Wearhouse, Jos. A. Bank Parent
Early Wednesday, police had declared a riot and made three arrests after saying demonstrators set fires, erected barricades in a street and broke into the police union headquarters. Police said someone also fired a gun during the unrest and a pickup truck accelerated into the crowd while pushing an unoccupied motorcycle in front of it. … [Read more...] about Portland police chief says riots not helping cause of racial justice: ‘Enough is enough’
Towamencin Township, in the southeastern part of the state, felt the powerful effects of Isaias as the storm barreled through the East Coast earlier this week. In its wake, the storm left heavy flooding, damage and widespread power outages, prompting at least two governors to declare states of emergency. On Thursday morning, nearly two million people were still without power across the Northeast, according to poweroutage.us. … [Read more...] about Officials found the body of a 5-year-old girl who went missing as Isaias pounded Northeast
"What you now have is about six or seven city blocks filled with protesters. Now, by all accounts, this is a peaceful protest. It has taken on the tenor and tone of a street festival where you have speakers and they're giving out free food," CNN correspondent Dan Simon told Wolf Blitzer. … [Read more...] about MSNBC reporter blasted on-air by protesters for describing CHOP as ‘street festival’
Schwellenbach complained that the system has long been rife with fraud. Contractors, he asserted, often disguise their true ownership to obtain the preferences granted to less privileged outfits. Authorities indicted five men last spring in a wide-ranging alleged scheme to misrepresent their security firm company as a small disadvantaged business in order to score a contract with the Marine Corps. Earlier in 2019, the Department of Justice reached a $3.6 million settlement with a pair of construction firms for a similar scheme involving deals with the military and the Department of Agriculture. … [Read more...] about How Did American Apparel Creep Dov Charney Get a Military Contract?