george zimmer fired

The former face of Men's Wearhouse doesn't like the way the company looks, and he guarantees it in an recent interview with Fortune.
Zimmer opened the first Men's Wearhouse store in Houston in 1973 and oversaw the company's expansion to 1,143 locations and
Yet some employees, like Mark Foxworth, a wardrobe consultant at Men's Wearhouse in Alabama, aren't afraid of potential repercussions
From George Zimmer June 26, 2013 Since 1973 when I opened the first The Men’s Wearhouse store in Houston, with the help of
Zimmer hand-picked his successor, Doug Ewert, when he stepped down from the CEO role in 2011. The board contends that he
(Reuters) - Men's Wearhouse Inc founder and longtime commercial spokesman George Zimmer is pondering options that could include
“Men’s Wearhouse Doesn’t Like the Way George Zimmer Looks Anymore” -- TVOvermind.com "I like the way you look, and I've been
"Over the past several months I have expressed my concerns to the Board about the direction the company is currently heading
In light of the news of his recent firing, you may have noticed that George Zimmer, the founder of Men's Wearhouse and its
The news shocked analysts and corporate governance experts, who tried to speculate what happened. The company said the purpose