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A vicious stock sell-off in stumbling Ascena Retail Group ASCA could cause private equity to kick the tires on what is a holder of several relevant apparel concepts.
This specialty retailer faces too many challenges right now for you to invest in it.
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Stocks end August on a dour note on Wednesday as another selloff in crude oil pressures the energy sector and speculation over interest rates continues.
Stocks hold modestly lower on Wednesday afternoon as another increase in crude inventories pressures oil prices.
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Chico's (CHS) reported 2016 second-quarter earnings and revenue that were above analysts' estimates yesterday evening.
Stocks are slightly lower on Wednesday morning as speculation over interest rates hikes continue and another increase in crude inventories pressures oil prices.
Wait for guidance on Wednesday before buying back into this retailer.
Chico's (CHS) is slated to report second quarter earnings and revenue before Wednesday's market open.
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The fund's founder, Jim Mitarotonda, said he was still "deeply committed" to its investment in the woman's clothing retailer.
Barington Remains Deeply Committed to its Investment in Chico's and will Continue to Carefully Monitor the Company
Glass Lewis and ISS Both Support the Company's World-Class Director Nominees
Glass Lewis followed Institutional Shareholder Services' recommendation that investors oppose two dissident director candidates nominated by insurgent fund Barington Capital.
ISS backs the woman's clothing retailer's candidates and notes that insurgent fund Barington has "not made a compelling case" that change is needed.
Chico's FAS Urges Shareholders to Support the Positive Change Underway and Vote "FOR" Chico's FAS' Director Nominees on the WHITE Proxy Card
Bonnie Brooks' Retirement from Hudson's Bay Company Was No Doubt in Reaction to Barington's Public Criticism over Her Serious Conflicts of Interest
Hudson's Bay Company Is Not a Competitor to Chico's FAS or Any of Its Brands
Opinion Affirms View of Corporate Governance Expert that Bonnie Brooks' Service on the Chico's Board Would Create a Material Conflict of Interest
Outlines Barington Group's Track Record of Success and Sets Forth its Comprehensive Plan to Improve the Company's Performance and Enhance Long-Term Shareholder Value