Madison Global Partners (Press Release) – 15 Aug 2017

Madison Global Partners advises MoviePass in deal to sell 51% stake
to Helios and Matheson Analytics (Nasdaq: HMNY)
MoviePass agrees to sell 51% stake to Helios and Matheson Analytics (Nasdaq: HMNY)
Madison Global Partners acted as Investment Bankers to MoviePass
$29,000,000 in cash and stock

Barron’s – 8 Nov 2017

Bernard Sosnick, a veteran retail analyst at Madison Global Partners, thinks the deal could be a prelude to a takeover. We have recommended investors buy Kohl’s January $45 call that expires in January 2019.The call cost $4.50 when the stock was around $42. The stock is a bit lower now, but the trade …

Business Wire (press release) – 15 Aug 2017

Madison Global Partners advised MoviePass and Palladium Capital Advisors advised HMNY on the transaction. “As a Co-founder of MoviePass, the establishment of a subscription service has and continues to be the catalyst needed to reinvigorate the film industry,” said Stacy Spikes, MoviePass COO.

Seeking Alpha – 9 Nov 2017

Bernard Sosnick – Madison Global Partners, LLC. Brian Callen – Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Dana Lauren Telsey – Telsey Advisory Group LLC. Operator. Good morning, and welcome to the Macy’s, Inc. Third Quarter 2017 Earnings Conference Call. Today’s conference is being recorded. I would now like …

New York Times – 6 Jan 2017

For decades, a corner spot at the mall was a sure path to success for big American department stores like Macy’s. Not anymore. Those stores have been outmaneuvered by online retailers like Amazon and discount retailers like T. J. Maxx. And now the pace of change is accelerating, transforming the retail …

Barron’s – 3 Nov 2017

Bernard Sosnick, who follows Kohl’s for Madison Global Partners, thinks Amazon is testing the merits of owning a retailer that can build private-label products to showcase Amazon devices and services. The holiday season will test the theory further, with a fuller answer emerging by mid- to late-2018, …

New York Times – 11 Aug 2016

“Something drastic had to be done,” said Bernard Sosnick, a retail analyst at Madison Global Partners. That something was buying, an unprofitable, year-old start-up, for about $3 billion, the biggest e-commerce acquisition ever in the United States. Jet offers Walmart an edge in the online …

New York Times – 19 May 2016

“Other retailers are tackling the problems and making headway much better,” said Bernie Sosnick, a retail analyst with Madison Global Partners. “Walmart has plowed so much capital in this that it should be doing as well or better than other retailers.” But Mr. O’Shea of Moody’s argues that comparing …

The Globe and Mail – 12 Mar 2017

Still, DXL, which is still converting its Casual Male stores to larger DXL outlets, is at a disadvantage because not enough people are familiar with it, even in the United States, said Bernard Sosnick, an analyst at Madison Global Partners in Hauppauge, N.Y. “Brand awareness has been a key sticking point.