my biggest mistake

Zimmer, George
June 2000
Inc.;Jun2000, Vol. 22 Issue 8, p125
Talks about the mistake made by the chief executive of Men's Wearhouse in negotiating to acquire Moores the Suit People, a clothing chain in Canada. Initial approach in the negotiations; Cost of the acquisition; Lessons learned from the failure of the initial talks.


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