NEW YORK — What type of company would best fit Tommy’s new tune — a hot surf brand, a men’s urban label, a BabyBoomer women’s line, a sports-oriented firm, a contemporary resource or an indie jeans line?

With about $420 million in cash, the troubled Tommy Hilfiger Corp. is eager to snatch up another company, and last month hired J.P. Morgan Chase to assist it in “exploring acquisitions of additional brands.”

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