If Lululemon thought its $450 million buyback announcement along with Thursday morning's earnings beat and top line win would keep investors from discounting their guidance and CFO's retirement, well, that's a stretch for the yoga pant maker. Shares are hit hard as the drama continues for Lululemon, and we've got the details. Plus, Twitter is also looking at a potential overhaul in its executive ranks. And Jim Cramer says the worst has passed for General Motors; with May auto sales stronger than expected, Cramer believes the stock is poised to rally from the mid-$30s up to the $50 mark.

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