US: Steven Madden buys 2.6m shares in “Dutch auction”
By just-style.com | 26 March 2008
Footwear and accessories company Steven Madden is to buy 2.6m of the company's shares at the conclusion of what it has called its "Dutch auction" tender offer.
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