Outfitters (NYSE: ARO ) -1.6% , Wet Seal (NASDAQ: WTSL ) -2.1% , Buckle (NYSE: BKE ) -1.0% , Urban Outfitters (NASDAQ: URBN ) -1.1% , Zumiez (NASDAQ: ZUMZ ) -1.9% . Post your comment!
space, where consumers' fickle tastes can make or break fortunes. For instance, fashion apparel retailers Urban Outfitters URBN and Abercrombie & Fitch ANF rely on trend-spotting to make key merchandising decisions during a handful of crucial
Urban Outfitters (NASDAQ: URBN ) discloses in a SEC filing that Q3 comparable-store sales in ..... to-school bounce after coming off a couple of flat quarters. URBN -2.7% AH. SEC Form 10-Q Post your comment!
interests and give Urban Outfitters a Standard stewardship rating. Richard Hayne has been president and ..... Shareholders of Urban Outfitters achieved an 18% compound ..... shareholder returns. Urban Outfitters is a lifestyle specialty
Maxim Group warns that margin rates at Urban Outfitters (NASDAQ: URBN ) to decline in Q3. The company's namesake brand is expected to see the biggest struggle in improving profits even as the back-to-school season assortment rolls in. Post your comment!
unsurprised that the turnaround at Urban Outfitters would be gradual, and were ..... little sign of improvement at the Urban Outfitters brand (comp sales down 10 ..... through. That being said, the Urban Outfitters brand seemed to enter the third
Urban Outfitters (NASDAQ: URBN ) reports comparable retail segment ..... in Q2 . Revenue growth by brand: Urban Outfitters -2.4% to $328M; Anthropologie ..... tied to growing website traffic. URBN -0.5% AH. Post your comment
Urban Outfitters (NASDAQ: URBN ): Q2 EPS of $0.49 in-line. Revenue of $811.25M (+7.0% Y/Y) beats by $4.26M . Shares -2.22% AH. Press Release Post your comment!
his wife who told him how great the products of the company were. Now using this, I've heard a lot about the Urban Outfitters brands lately as being more and more popular with woman, even men. It appears to be all the rage, especially Complete
manifests itself in positive leadership traits,” he notes. This idea resonates with Glen Senk, the former CEO of Urban Outfitters who is now working with Berkshire Partners on co-investing in innovative, high-growth retail and consumer businesses