USA: Donna Karan Still Considering LVMH Bid
Donna Karan International Inc, which announced that its fourth-quarter net income had more than doubled earlier this week, said it is still considering a $195m takeover offer by LVMH Moet-Hennessy Louis Vuitton, the French luxury-goods concern that recently bought Donna Karan's trademarks. Meanwhile, Donna Karan said in a news release that a special committee of its directors is still studying strategic options, including the $8.50-a-share tender offer from LVMH. Last December, LVMH made the offer in tandem with its agreement to buy Donna Karan's trademarks for $450m from designer Donna Karan and her husband, Stephan Weiss, who owned them through the closely held Gabrielle Studio. LVMH completed the purchase of the trademarks January 17.
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