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Richard Baker has several motivations for taking his company private.
Shareholder activist Jonathan Litt thinks HBC is worth twice as much as chairman Richard Baker’s offer.
The Toronto-based company continues to shed retail holdings.
The retailer’s campaign to support mental health programs and awareness is gaining momentum.
The potential sale of L&T reflects HBC’s continued efforts to streamline its portfolio to shore up the balance sheet.
A sale of Lord & Taylor would be the latest in a string of sell-offs and store closings to improve HBC’s balance sheet.
Within the HBC portfolio of stores, Saks Fifth Avenue continues to shine.
Restructurings hurt the bottom line, though the momemtum at Saks continues.
The 450 million-euro project flies in the face of retail trends that have seen department stores shrinking or shuttered.