Tue, Apr. 28, 12:51 PM
- Children's Place (PLCE +0.6%) calls on shareholders to reject the board candidates nominated by Macellum and Barington Companies Equity Partners.
- The company notes it has turned its board over adequately and is on a path to transform into an omni-channel brand.
- Baringon and Macellm have pushed for a strategic sale or refining capital allocation plans.
- Shares of PLCE have out-performed the S&P Retail ETF over the last 52 weeks, 28.6% vs. 20.0%.
- The company's annual meeting is set for May 22.
Mon, Apr. 13, 8:17 AM
- The Children's Place (NASDAQ:PLCE) rejects rejects board nominees submitted by Barington Capital group and Macellum Advisors.
- The company says its own slate of candidates has put it on the right path to see benefits from past investments.
- Shareholders will vote on the board on May 22 at the annual meeting.
- Shares of The Children's Place are up 31.3% over the last 52 weeks.
Thu, Mar. 12, 10:00 AM
- The Children's Place (PLCE +5.6%) moves higher after recording a profit beat with its Q4 report.
- The company saw same-store sales rise 3.7% during the quarter on a smaller store count.
- Net earnings +8.3% to $17M.
- A dividend hike was also fired off by the company this morning.
- Previously: Children's Place Retail Stores beats by $0.01, revenue in-line
- Previously: Children's Place Retail Stores declares $0.15 dividend
Thu, Mar. 12, 8:26 AM
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Thu, Jan. 8, 8:00 AM
- Children's Place Retail Stores (NASDAQ:PLCE) provides a business update.
- The company says it expects FQ4 EPS to land in the upper end of its previous guidance of $0.83-$0.90.
- Customers have responded well to spring merchandise and inventory is in "excellent shape" heading into the new season, advises management.
- A new $100M buyback program was approved by the board.
Dec. 23, 2014, 7:25 PM
- It’s pretty clear why many energy stocks are hurting amid falling crude oil prices, but Morgan Stanley has researched across industries to determine some less clear-cut winners and losers.
- Airlines consume huge amounts of fuel, but the firm says American Airlines (NASDAQ:AAL) and Allegiant Travel (NASDAQ:ALGT) should benefit more than most from lower oil prices since they do not hedge the price of fuel to reduce price volatility.
- Among autos, Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) draws concern because "lower-for-longer oil certainly hurts the case for mass-market adoption of electric vehicles.”
- Since lower gas prices should reduce shipping costs, Stanley sees the benefit trickling into Q1 per-unit shipping costs at Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN).
- The firm likes Monster Beverage (NASDAQ:MNST) on the idea that Americans getting cheaper gas might be more ready to splurge on energy drinks, and gas stations and convenience stores account for 75% of MNST’s sales.
- Among apparel companies and retailers, Stanley likes brands that are most popular with lower-income consumers, who they believe are most likely to put the money they save into new purchases: PLCE, FL, FINL, BWS, SKUL, ARO, BURL, ROST.
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