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Jos. A. Bank Clothiers said it would acquire the Eddie Bauer from private equity firm Golden Gate Capital for $825 million.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen defended the central bank's policy course, saying the central bank was trying to be as consistent as possible considering the difficulty of the task at hand.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen promised a steady and consistent course forward, with less money printing but continued low rates.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Optimism among owners of small business in the U.S. crept higher in January, continuing a trend, amid hopes for higher sales.
Asian equities rose on Tuesday but trade was subdued as investors awaited a speech from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
Companies making headlines after the bell Monday.
Treasury Secretary Lew calls bitcoin a "phenomenon," but says the government needs to make sure it doesn't become a funding haven for criminals.
Iran wants 'constructive engagement with the world'—excluding Israel, President Hassan Rouhani told global leaders gathered in Davos.
Activity in Germany's manufacturing and services sectors continued its upward trajectory in January, but it contracted in the euro zone's second-largest economy, France.
China's Lenovo is to buy IBM's x86 low-end server business in a deal valued at $2.3 billion.
China's manufacturing activity contracted for the first time in six months in January, a private survey by HSBC showed on Thursday.
Companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday.
Netflix delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that surpassed analysts' expectations on Wednesday.
The activist investor has nominated two directors to eBay's board and wants a PayPal spinoff. The company doesn't appear to agree.
Sen. Markey wants more information about the business practices of Herbalife, which has been accused of running a pyramid scheme by Bill Ackman.
Apple is preparing to offer two new smartphone models with screens larger than 4½ and 5 inches, The WSJ reports.
Wall Street is in its biggest transition since 1933, and Morgan Stanley has put a strategy in place that's working, CEO Gorman said.