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$GIII {{ '2016-02-02T08:22:00+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

$PVH said its popular brand, Tommy Hilfiger, and $GIII have signed a multi-year license deal for design, production and distribution of Tommy Hilfiger womenâ??s sportswear business and other collections in the US and Canada. This is in addition to dresses, men's and women's outerwear and luggage, which are already licensed to $GIII by Tommy Hilfiger.

User Don Wolters {{ '2016-12-08T00:51:44+0000' | timeago}}

Shareholder alert..!! Rosen Law Firm has commenced an investigation into potential securities claims of $UHS. Shareholders please visit http://www.rosenlegal.com/cases-1008.html for more info.

User Charles Elliston {{ '2016-12-08T00:03:55+0000' | timeago}}

Can we see "Made in the USA" label on iPhones in the near future? Heard that $AAPL is considering the idea of manufacturing iPhone in America.

User Nora Foster {{ '2016-12-08T00:00:35+0000' | timeago}}

People who are looking for a steady growth stock should take a look at $EME. This stock has never had a significant downfall in the last five years. Comfortably beats consensus target most of the time. Such potential, much wow!

User Amelita Yates {{ '2016-12-07T22:59:16+0000' | timeago}}

Looks like Creative Planning jumped on the bandwagon! Increased its stake by 91% in $EWBC. A lot of companies recently raised their stack too. I smell something’s cooking.

User Joel Stalin {{ '2016-12-07T22:13:43+0000' | timeago}}

Hey $DIS, you are better off with Princess Cinderella and Prince Charming. Sports just ain’t your thing! Maybe it’s time you listened to investors about the ESPN separation!

$COST {{ '2016-12-07T23:40:10+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$COST said that on the Scan and Go model of $AMZN, the company is not testing Scan and Go like things currently but is looking at it. The company added that it has done self checkout for a while and stopped it as the company was getting people through without self checkouts.

$COST {{ '2016-12-07T23:28:09+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

At 1Q17-end $COST's executive members stood at 17.7MM member household, up 348,000 sequentially. Core merchandising for the quarter was up 19% YoverY, while ancillary business slid 5% from a year ago. GM of core merchandising categories (food and sundries, hardline, softline and fresh foods) rose 17 BP YoverY, with softlines declining marginally.

$COST {{ '2016-12-07T23:15:47+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$COST saw deflation overall in the low to mid single digit in food and fresh meat categories in 1Q17. Membership fees was 6 BP as a percent of sales, up $37MM YoverY. The company also reported good renewal rate in terms of membership fees; 90.3% in US and Canada and 88% worldwide.

$LULU {{ '2016-12-07T23:10:55+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$LULU sees its men’s business growing around 25% of the total in penetration by 2020. This implies a faster growth pace for men’s. The company sees a lot of opportunity in this business. $LULU posted double digit comps in women’s pants in 3Q16. The company is seeing strong momentum in women’s pants into 4Q16.

$LULU {{ '2016-12-07T23:01:04+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$LULU said 3Q16 exceeded expectations in terms of gross margin recovery. The company is pleased to be on track for this level of gross margin recovery. $LULU believes that beyond the middle of 2017, it will see modest improvements and this connects to the broader 5-year goal of achieving a $4Bil business by 2020.