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April 13, 2014
17:45 EDTSHLD, LELand's End shares could head lower, Barron's says
Shares of Land's End (LE) have fallen 17% since its spinoff from Sears (SHLD) and the stock could continue to drop if earnings fall below estimates, Barron's contends in a feature article. Disappointment seems likely, the paper adds. Reference Link
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January 22, 2015
12:28 EDTLEOn The Fly: Midday Wrap
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09:46 EDTLELand's End plunges on weaker Q4 and FY14 view, levels to watch
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09:16 EDTLEOn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
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06:51 EDTLELand's End sees FY14 Merchandise sales and services $1.56B-$1.57B
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06:50 EDTLELand's End sees Q4 EPS $1.06-$1.16, one estimate $1.38
Sees Q4 Merchandise sales and services $505M-$515M; Merchandise sales and services, net in the Direct segment are expected to decrease slightly to between $434 million to $442 million for the fourth quarter. Adjusted EBITDA is expected to be in the range of $66 million to $71 million in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2014. Gross margin is expected to be between 43.8% and 44.0% in the fourth quarter.
January 21, 2015
12:12 EDTSHLDBest Buy, home retailers seen getting biggest bump from Sears demise
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January 20, 2015
12:01 to appeal patent infringement case
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January 16, 2015
11:04 EDTSHLDFAA proposes $533,000 civil penalty against Sears Holdings
The U.S. Department of Transportationís Federal Aviation Administration proposes a $533,000 civil penalty against Sears Holdings Management Corp. for allegedly violating Hazardous Materials Regulations. The FAA alleges that Sears on Dec. 20, 2012 offered UPS 27 boxes, each containing one DieHard Portable Power Supply that encased a non-spillable battery, for air transportation to various locations in the United States. Workers at the UPS sort facility in Louisville, Ky., discovered six of the corrosive shipments were vibrating and one was warm to the touch. The FAA alleges that Sears failed to package the batteries in accordance with the Hazardous Materials Regulations to prevent unintentional activation. The agency also alleges the shipment was not accompanied by shipping papers to indicate the hazardous nature of its contents, and was not marked or labeled. Additionally, Sears offered the shipment without providing emergency response information and failed to ensure its employees had received required hazardous materials training, the FAA alleges. Sears has 30 days from the receipt of the FAA's enforcement letter to respond to the agency.
January 12, 2015
06:35 EDTSHLDObama to press for law requiring disclosure of hacking, NY Times says
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