Kellwood Co. is stuck between a fed-up Wall Street and an angry major shareholder — and it must either deliver to the first or risk a hostile takeover by the second in 2008.
Since Sun Capital Securities Group LLC issued — then reissued — a $543 million bid for the St. Louis-based vendor this fall, the second-largest Kellwood shareholder has made it clear it intends to buy the $1.6 billion company despite Kellwood's two flat rejections of the $21 a share offer.
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