Management high on Jos. A. Bank — but investors not buying it

Tailored Brands says men's clothier performing better than expected

The CEO of Jos. A. Bank's parent company says that despite first-quarter numbers showing a substantial revenue decline better days are ahead. Thursday was not one of them. Investors pummeled Tailored Brands' shares after the quarterly results were disclosed. The company's stock fell about 21 percent, or 3.19 points. MarketWatch reported it was the company's third-worst day ...