The Hermes family thinks it has been wronged. But in its fight against an unwanted shareholder, it seems intent on sacrificing the French luxury group's remaining minority investors. To fend off the unwanted advances of larger rival LVMH, which stealthily amassed a 17 percent stake in the Birkin bag maker, the family is planning to pool its shares in a holding company that will control more than 50 percent of the group. It has asked the French regulator to exempt it from rules that would trigger

Ramy Sharp for Ramy Brook NEW YORK, Mar 16, 2011/ —Ramy Sharp is the Founder and Creative Director of the Ramy Brook ready-to-wear label. Born in Chatham, New Jersey, Ramy was interested in fashion at a very young age. Influenced by her mother's chic style and her older sister's passion for...

Arnault aside, Hermes minority shareholders own no more than 10 percent of the company — their shares are worth around 1.6 billion euros at current market prices. The family has profited handsomely from its investment: the company's shares are up 60 percent this year alone. The Hermes clan...

There is nothing sexier than a very beautiful, feminine woman in really razor sharp well-tailored clothes-pants, suits, waist coats, jackets......Girly-girls who love their floral frilly frocks and dresses can either bold up and try it, or stay away from this trend, because it needs a...

The Bon-Ton Stores and John Bartlett Consensus and Statements Collection have joined to present a sharp yet chic menswear collection for the retailer. Designed exclusively for career and casual lifestyles, the designs will premier in the this August 2011. The designs will be launched under...

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Luxury Swedish menswear brand, Nickolaj has released its latest sharp shirt; The Salomon. The shirt combines fine quality cotton denim with tan soft leather yoke. The engineered collar sets the shirt apart from other denims, with it's tan stitched detailing which continues down the front...

The Hermes family thinks it has been wronged. But in its fight against an unwanted shareholder, it seems intent on sacrificing the French luxury group's remaining minority investors. To fend off the unwanted advances of larger rival LVMH, which stealthily amassed a 17 percent stake in the Birkin bag maker, the family is planning to pool its shares in a holding company that will control more than 50 percent of the group. It has asked the French regulator to exempt it from rules that would trigger

The Hermes family thinks it has been wronged. But in its fight against an unwanted shareholder, it seems intent on sacrificing the French luxury group's remaining minority investors. To fend off the unwanted advances of larger rival LVMH, which stealthily amassed a 17 percent stake in the Birkin bag maker, the family is planning to pool its shares in a holding company that will control more than 50 percent of the group. It has asked the French regulator to exempt it from rules that would trigger

The Hermes family thinks it has been wronged. But in its fight against an unwanted shareholder, it seems intent on sacrificing the French luxury group's remaining minority investors. To fend off the unwanted advances of larger rival LVMH, which stealthily amassed a 17 percent stake in the Birkin bag maker, the family is planning to pool its shares in a holding company that will control more than 50 percent of the group. It has asked the French regulator to exempt it from rules that would trigger

 

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