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HBC (TSX:HBC) today announced its financial results for the thirteen and twenty-six week periods ended August 4, 2018.
HBC (TSX: HBC) is scheduled to announce full financial results for the second quarter ended August 4, 2018 before the opening of the financial markets on September 12, 2018.
TORONTO, Sept. 5, 2018 /CNW/ - T-1 day until the city's most anticipated film festival brings Hollywood's elite to Toronto.
Today, HBC published its 2017 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report, highlighting the Company's commitment to sustainable practices that are ethical and good for both people and the planet.
TORONTO, Aug. 28, 2018 /CNW/ - As the city prepares for the arrival of Hollywood's elite, Hudson's Bay today announced its return as an Official Fashion Retailer and Red Carpet Sponsor for the 43 rd Toronto International Film Festival® (TIFF).
This marks the next step toward distributing $6 Million CAD for mental health awareness by 2020 through the HBC Foundation's in Canada and the US Download Image Courtesy of HBC TORONTO, July 3, 2018 /CNW/ - Today, Hudson's Bay announced the launch of a...
HBC (TSX: HBC) today announced its financial results for the fourteen and fifty-three week periods ended February 3, 2018.
The titan's of activism, BIll Ackman, Nelson Peltz and David Einhorn Had a forgettable 2017, return-wise. But take a look at the double-digit gains produced by a real-estate focused activist, an Ackman protégé and one insurgent based in San Francisco.
The Deal sits down with Madison International Realty's Ronald Dickerman to discuss the changing face of retail and the company's recent $1 billion-plus acquisition of real estate surrounding Brooklyn's Atlantic Center.
Wealthy consumers will disproportionately benefit from the tax cuts, and that means payday for the likes of Saks and Gucci.
One analyst expects a 5% dividend increase for Walmart investors in 2018.
More activist-targeted companies finding a so-called white squire private equity investors to help them fend off insurgent hedge fund managers.
Real estate insurgent fund Land & Buildings is challenging Hudson's Bay's decision to take in a $500 million equity investment from buyout shop Rhone Capital.
But also takes the opportunity to question HBC's $500 million equity partnership with Rhône
The Canadian retailer under pressure from an insurgent sells Lord & Taylor's Fifth Avenue flagship as part of a strategic partnership with WeWork.
Second-quarter losses were even greater than Wall Street estimates.
The Canadian retailer has been urged by investor Jonathan Litt to review real estate options.
Here's what you need to know now for Wednesday, August 30.
Canadian retailer could sell Saks or optimize real estate.
Find out how these eight companies will fare in the great consumer migration.
Wall Street enters a new week and new quarter on Monday with stocks at or close to all-time records set at the beginning of March.
PetroChina becomes the second Chinese oil major to discuss becoming an investor this week.
The company had reportedly asked a number of top investment banks and boutiques to pitch for advisory roles. Moelis was among a short list of boutiques, according to some reports.
That decline has happened with lightning speed.
Directors who sit on two boards in the same industry make good activist targets - and they can get in trouble when M&A opportunities arise.
The fund's founder, Jim Mitarotonda, said he was still "deeply committed" to its investment in the woman's clothing retailer.
Glass Lewis followed Institutional Shareholder Services' recommendation that investors oppose two dissident director candidates nominated by insurgent fund Barington Capital.
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