Stocks are moving higher on a disappointing jobs report as Aeropostale finds a buyer, while Lululemon disappoints investors.
Call them “Thelma & Louise” for Millennials. Bebe’s new fall ad campaign follows two girlfriends on a weekend escape.
New Bebe products, geared to better department stores, are expected to hit the market in 2017.
The ceo, who has been relatively quiet since his return is looking forward to the summer collection, is not interested in low-ball sale offers and isn’t bothered by outside activist investor criticism.
The retailer’s recently returned ceo responds to accusations made by activist investor in a letter.
The activist investor isn’t backing down and sent a letter to the company via its attorney, requesting access to the retailer’s stock ledger and list of current stockholders.
Prentice Capital continues to put the heat on the struggling retailer urging it to explore its options, including a potential sale or merger.