NEW YORK — Teen retailer Delia’s Corp. said Wednesday that it was delaying its fourth-quarter and yearend conference call for the second time because it is seeking additional financing.
Delia’s, which sells apparel, accessories and home furnishings through its catalog and 68 stores, said it needed to secure $2 million in additional capital and a refinancing of the full amount of its $2.9 million mortgage on its Hanover, Pa., distribution facility in order to receive an unqualified audit opinion for the financial statements in its Form 10-K. The deadline to file the form is Friday.
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