Shares of Macy's surged over 20% in premarket trading after a report from The Wall Street Journal stated that a private investor group has made a $5.8 billion offer for the company. The offer, coming from Arkhouse Management and Brigade Capital Management, would provide shareholders with a 32% premium above the stock's closing price on Friday. Macy's has not yet commented on the proposal, and the investor group and Macy's did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Macy's has been facing challenges from online retailers like Amazon and big box retailers such as Walmart and Target, leading to a decline in market share. The company has been closing stores to reduce costs, and its net income and sales have been showing significant declines. Macy's CEO Jeff Gennette, who has been leading the company for the past seven years, is set to retire in 2024.
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