The news comes just a day after the retailer agreed to pay $9 million to settle an SEC dispute.
Meanwhile, the footwear, accessories, international and e-commerce businesses gain traction, while the wholesale and North American divisions continue to lag.
That’s on top of the $590 million loss reported just a few months ago.
Parent company L Brands is in talks to sell the lingerie brand.
Signs that the company’s recovery is real.
The ath-leisure brand beat Wall Street’s forecasts for fourth-quarter earnings and sales.
Investors looked past second-quarter losses and saw a company with more potential and Kevin Plank pointed to women’s.
A trio of quarterly updates from what was the wholesale set underscored just how much the fashion business is changing.
The company’s sales topped expectations and were paired with plans to cut more costs.
The President tweeted about Amazon and taxes after a weekend of violent protesting in Virginia.