US: Jos A Bank shareholder demands change in open letter
By Katie Smith | 15 August 2013
BeaconLight Capital, which owns a 1% stake in Jos A Bank Clothiers, has demanded change at the men's wear retailer and the reorganisation of its board structure.
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