Mar. 4, 2016
“We have always wanted to have Tumi in our portfolio,” Samsonite Chief Executive Officer Ramesh Tainwala said in a Bloomberg Radio interview Friday.
Samsonite International has agreed to buy luxury baggage maker Tumi Holdings Inc. for about $1.8 billion in its biggest acquisition. Tumi investors will receive $26.75 per share in cash, according to Samsonite. That’s about 33 percent more than the New Jersey-based company’s closing price on Wednesday, before a possible takeover was reported.
Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis and Doug Krizner spoke with Samsonite Chief Executive Officer Ramesh Tainwala on First Word Asia.
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