Shares of Men's Wearhouse (NYSE: MW ) rose more than 25% today after the company got an acquisition offer from competitor Jos. A Bank (NASDAQ: JOSB ) . The offer was a 36% premium to Men's Wearhouse's closing price yesterday, yet the company has apparently declined the offer. According to Motley Fool analyst David "Infant Money" Hanson, management at Men's Wearhouse believes the business is worth more than that in the long term.
So what's a shareholder to do? David shares his thoughts in the following video.
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