Neiman Marcus is no longer up for sale, the company announced.
“We previously announced that the company had begun a process to explore and evaluate potential strategic alternatives,” the department store said in a 10-Q filed June 13 with the Securities and Exchange Commission. “At this time, any exploration of, and conversations regarding, a partial or full sale of the company have terminated.”
Its primary suitor was Saks Fifth Avenue owner Hudson Bay.
The company posted a $24.9 million loss for the third quarter of 2017, compared to a $3.8 million profit the prior year. Same-store sales fell 4.9 percent.
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