Hanesbrands Buyback Amendment Rejected, Withdrawn

A Hanesbrands amendment asking investors to allow it to buy back $200 million of its debt in the secondary market was rejected by investors Wednesday.

  • 14 Nov 2008
A Hanesbrands amendment asking investors to allow it to buy back $200 million of its debt in the secondary market was rejected by investors Wednesday. It was withdrawn the following morning. The company said on its Oct. 29 earnings call that it intended to pay back some debt ...

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