Lakeland Industries (LAKE -5%) slips after reporting a Q2 that beat on a per share basis, but...


Lakeland Industries (LAKE -5%) slips after reporting a Q2 that beat on a per share basis, but came up short on revenue due declining sales and settlement charges. The company says it will pay $8.5M in a settlement reached in its Brazilian arbitration, with total costs estimated at $7.9M. The company also says it's begun evaluating strategic alternatives.
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