Mergers and Acquisitions


Mergers and Acquisitions

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Gerry Weber Buys Hallhuber

Munich-based Hallhuber and Hallhuber Donna will be managed as stand-alone brands within the Gerry Weber portfolio.

Boots, Walgreens Deal Vote Set for Dec. 31

The transaction is subject to a Walgreens shareholder vote on Dec. 29.

Xcel Brands Buys Halston Diffusion Lines

The H Halston and H by Halston brands were sold for $27.7 million in a combination of cash, shares of Xcel Brands stock and warrants.

Germany's Gerry Weber Buys Hallhuber, Eyes Menswear

The purchase of Hallhuber from private equity firm Change Capital Partners will give it access to the market for women in their mid-twenties.

P&G Sells Camay and Zest Brands to Unilever

Sale, for undisclosed amount, expected to close during first half of 2015.

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Estée Lauder Purchases Glamglow

This is the fourth brand Lauder's snapped up since October.

The Major M&A Deals of 2014

While there were many mergers and acquisitions, a few managed to hit megadeal territory.

American Apparel Said to Draw Bid

Dov Charney is working with private equity firm Irving Place Capital on a bid to acquire the retailer that he founded.

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Roberto Cavalli Talks Heat Up

Private equity fund Clessidra SGR SpA is in exclusive talks to buy a majority stake in the Florence-based firm.

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TPG Takes Stake in Beautycounter

Investment firm’s John Bailey to join the products marketer's board.

Saban Brands Hires David Zolot

He joins Saban in the new role of senior vice president of corporate development.

Wilhelmina to Buy London Modeling Agency

Wilhelmina International will acquire Union Model Management.

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