Skin tight: the bizarre story of Guess v. Jordache--glamour, greed, and dirty tricks in the fashion industry

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Simon & Schuster, 1992 - Business & Economics - 364 pages
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Chronicles the story of two designer jeans companies who tried to merge but ended up splitting apart in a ferocious bicoastal legal battle that employed heavyweight law firms, private investigators, the IRS, and federal prosecutors. 30,000 first printing. Tour.

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This is the stranger than fiction story of the Nahask and Marciano brothers who owned Guess and Jordache respectively. Both families hated each other and when Jordache bought 50 percent of Guess's ... Read full review

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Christopher Byron's career in business and financial reporting spans more than thirty years, and his work has appeared in "Money, The Wall Street Journal, Esquire" and the "Los Angeles Times, " among other publications. He is currently a columnist for "Bloomberg News" and MSNBC.com, and is a contributing editor and financial columnist at "The New York Observer." One of the best-known Web-based stock commentators today, he hosts a live daily webcast, "High Noon on Wall Street with Chris Byron, " and the daily syndicated radio program "Wall Street Eye Opener." He lives in Weston, Connecticut.