URBN - ア―バン・アウトフィッタ―ズ (Urban Outfitters Inc.)


   Hims & Hers Makes Contextual Commerce Play With Urban Outfitters Partnership  2021/07/01 15:00:06 PYMNTS
When Urban Outfitters announced a new partnership with direct-to-consumer health and wellness brand Hims & Hers, one way to look at it was simply an effort to get more diverse product offerings on the lifestyle retailers shelves. But in retail, nothing is that simple, and another way to see the partnership, unveiled Wednesday (June 30) []
   Him & Hers Health Partner With Urban Outfitters  2021/06/30 18:30:05 Benzinga
Telehealth platform Hims & Hers Health Inc (NYSE: HIMS ) entered into a partnership with Urban Outfitters Inc (NASDAQ: URBN ) to offer personalized health and wellness solutions, starting with the availability of Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Hims & Hers partners with Urban Outfitters for personalized health and wellness solutions  2021/06/30 14:11:07 Seeking Alpha
   Hims & Hers Partners with Urban Outfitters To Bring Personalized Health and Wellness Solutions to More Consumers  2021/06/30 12:57:00 Business Wire
Hims & Hers has partnered with Urban Outfitters, starting with the availability of select Hims products on urbanoutfitters.com.
   Most top fashion brands failing on gender equality  2021/06/30 10:15:20 South China Morning Post
Most top fashion labels dont publicly back womens empowerment, and only pay lip service to key issues affecting them in the supply chain. Adidas and Gap were the best performers, while G-Star, Urban Outfitters and Zhejiang Semir Garment were the worst
   American Eagle is the latest apparel retailer to crush estimates as teens head back to the mall  2021/05/26 20:45:34 CNBC
American Eagle's first-quarter earnings beat follows strong reports from both Urban Outfitters and Abercrombie & Fitch, as more teens head back to the mall.
   CVS, Walgreens, Rite Aid Shares Fall On Report Of Potential Amazon Entry Into Retail Pharmacy  2021/05/26 20:28:46 Benzinga
CVS (NYSE: CVS ), Walgreens (NASDAQ: WBA ) and Rite Aid (NYSE: RAD ) shares lost ground Wednesday after a Business Insider report that Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN ) is considering entering the physical pharmacy retail space. The story's three unnamed sources, who were not authorized to speak to the press, said there is no concrete plan, but rather exploratory … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Rusell 2000 index surges 2% Wednesday and gains in energy, consumer discretionary keep S&P, Dow afloat  2021/05/26 20:16:21 MarketWatch
The Dow finished barely positive Wednesday on its 125th birthday but the broader market clinched modest gains, powered by a rise in energy and consumer discretionary as investors appeared to grow assured that the Federal Reserve wouldn't react to rising inflation by rapidly withdrawing easy-money policies. Against the backdrop, the Russell 2000 index closed up around 2%, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained less than 0.1%, while the S&P 500 index edged 0.2% higher at 4,196. The Nasdaq Composite Index closed up 0.6% to reach around 13,738. Shares of Ford Motor Co. shot up 8.5% after the vehicle maker said it planned to spend $30 billion on vehicle electrification by 2025, up from a previously stated goal of $22 billion in EV spending. Meanwhile, Senate lawmakers grilled the heads of banking giants JPMorgan Chase & Co. , Citigroup Inc. Morgan Stanley , Bank of America Corp. , Wells Fargo & Co. and Goldman Sachs . In other corporate news, shares of Amazon finished up 0.2% after its announcement to by MGM.
   Crown Castle International Corporation (CCI) Management Presents at JPMorgan 49th Annual Global Technology, Media and Communications Conference (Transcript)  2021/05/26 20:07:07 Seeking Alpha
   15 decor items to spruce up your home for spring  2021/03/18 20:17:59 Azcentral
Refresh your home for spring with top-rated decor pieces from Anthropologie, Urban Outfitters, Amazon, Etsy, and more.
   Why Nordstrom Rack Is Key To Managing Overbought Inventory  2021/03/05 16:20:08 Benzinga
This is an excerpt from Thursday's (3/4) Point of Sale retail supply chain newsletter sponsored by ArcBest. Ordering apparel inventory is hard. In normal times, retailers order inventory upwards of six months in advance, hoping what they ordered isn't out of fashion by the time it hits the shelves. Although consumer preferences changed rapidly, at least overall demand was steady and predictable. COVID has and continues to rampage through the apparel industry, suppressing demand for pretty much everything besides athleisure. Over the summer, retailers had difficult planning decisions to make. Remember back to May, June and July… We had no idea what to expect. Vaccines were barely dreamed of but we had just come through what we believed was "it" (the first wave). Optimism was brewing, the stock market was rebounding quickly, consumer confidence was growing and consumers were flush with the first round of stimulus. There were many variables apparel companies could have pointed to as evidence for normal, or even slightly higher holiday ordering.
   Urban Outfitters, Inc. (URBN) Q4 2021 Earnings Call  2021/03/04 19:33:14 AlphaStreet
Urban Outfitters, Inc. (NASDAQ: URBN) Q4 2021 earnings call dated Mar. 02, 2021 Corporate Participants: Oona McCullough — Director of Investor Relations Frank J. Conforti — Co-President and Chief Operating Officer Richard A. Hayne — Chief Executive […] The post Urban Outfitters, Inc. (URBN) Q4 2021 Earnings Call first appeared on AlphaStreet .
   Robert W. Baird Stick to Their Hold Rating for Urban Outfitters By Investing.com  2021/03/04 15:06:29 Investing.com
Robert W. Baird Stick to Their Hold Rating for Urban Outfitters
   Urban Outfitters (URBN): What lies ahead for the clothing retailer this year?  2021/03/03 19:14:06 AlphaStreet
Shares of Urban Outfitters Inc. (NASDAQ: URBN) have gained 39% since the beginning of this year. The company reported earnings results for the fourth quarter of 2021 a day ago […] The post Urban Outfitters (URBN): What lies ahead for the clothing retailer this year? first appeared on AlphaStreet .