• J.Crew

    Is There A Special J.Crew Color For Wrecked?

    Ouch. So that’s what “unlimited upside risk” means. It never pays to bet against Santa Claus, especially around Christmas. The same could be said, for that matter, for retail legend Mickey Drexler, too. Hordes of investors lost their shirts by gambling that the stock price of Drexler’s embattled casual-clothes chain J. Crew would tumble in […]

    / Dec 22, 2006 at 9:36 AM
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    J.Crew’s First Nine Years With TPG: The Payoff

    The Deal analyzes how well the Texas Pacific Group did on their J.Crew investment. The verdict: pretty good. Including unrealized gains, TPG is showing more than a 425% gain on the $125 million to $135 million it invested over nine years. J. Crew shares fly off shelves [The Deal via Going Private]

    / Jun 29, 2006 at 3:02 PM
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    J.Crew IPO

    So the J.Crew initial public offering priced at $20 a share. The 18.8 million offering, which represents about a 33 percent stake, should raise about $376 million and give the company an initial market capitalization of more than $1.1 billion. We’re told by a source that after Goldman Sachs closed the books Monday night there […]

    / Jun 28, 2006 at 8:53 AM
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    J.Crew Shares Pricing At About the Cost of a T-Shirt

    Preppy clothing company J.Crew plans to issue 18.8 million shares it is issuing in its initial public offering, according to the June 13 Prospectus obtained by DealBreaker. Currently the estimated price per share is between $15 and $17 dollars, which is just about what a men’s t-shirt will cost you during a sale. The IPO […]

    / Jun 15, 2006 at 12:55 PM

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