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Levi Strauss & Co. Announces Increase In Fourth Quarter Dividend
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Levi Strauss & Co Says In Qtr Men's Business Grew 6%, Women's Business Grew 16% - Conf Call
Levi Strauss & Co. is an apparel company. The Company designs, markets and sells its products under the Levi's, Dockers, Signature by Levi Strauss & Co. and Denizen brands directly or through third parties and licensees. Its products include jeans, casual and dress pants, tops, shorts, skirts, jackets, footwear, and related accessories for men, women and children across the world. The Company's trademarks include Arcuate Stitching Design, the Tab Device, 501, the Two Horse Design, the Housemark and the Wings and Anchor Design. The Company operates in three geographic segments: the Americas, Europe and Asia. The Company's products are sold in more than 110 countries. The Company licenses its Levi's and Dockers trademarks for a range of product categories in markets in each of its regions, including footwear, belts, wallets and bags, outerwear, sweaters, dress shirts, kidswear, sleepwear and hosiery.
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Stephen C. Neal
Independent Chairman of the Board
Charles V. Bergh
President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
Harmit J. Singh
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
Seth R. Jaffe
Executive Vice President, General Counsel
Roy Enzo Bagattini
Executive Vice President and President, Levi Strauss Americas
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Levi Strauss & Co <LEVI.N> reported a 4% drop in third-quarter profit on Tuesday, as the denim apparel maker struggled to grow its wholesale business in its highest revenue-generating market, the Americas.
Levi Strauss & Co reported a 4% drop in third-quarter profit on Tuesday, as the denim apparel maker struggled to grow its wholesale business in the Americas, where it generates most of its revenue.
Levi Strauss & Co <LEVI.N> has been "deliberate and diligent" in moving production out of China because of uncertainty hanging over tariffs on goods imported from China, Chief Executive Officer Chip Bergh said in an interview with Reuters.
Levi Strauss & Co <LEVI.N> said on Tuesday its sales growth would slow in the second half of the year due to weakness in its wholesale business and as it wraps up its fiscal year just ahead of Black Friday, sending its shares down 6% on Tuesday.
Levi Strauss & Co reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue on Tuesday, as the jeans maker broadened its apparel lines, while benefiting from higher investment in its online business and retail stores.
Levi Strauss & Co posted a 7 percent rise in quarterly revenue on Tuesday after returning to public markets last month, driven by the jeans maker's strategy to invest in its retail stores and online business.
Levi Strauss & Co posted a 7 percent rise in quarterly revenue on Tuesday in its first report after returning to public markets, as the jeans maker's strategy of expanding its retail stores and investing in its online business paid off.
Shares in Levi Strauss & Co surged 31 percent in their debut on Thursday, giving the jeans maker a market value of $8.7 billion (£6.7 billion) and suggesting strong investor appetite before much-awaited listings from Lyft and Uber.
Levi Strauss & Co's is betting it can convince investors there is still plenty of global growth left for the 165-year old company, but fund managers fret the iconic blue jeans maker's stock may be too pricey to generate a decent return.
Shares in Levi Strauss & Co surged 31 percent in their debut on Thursday, giving the U.S. jeans maker a market value of $8.7 billion and indicating a strong investor appetite ahead of much-awaited listings from Lyft and Uber Technologies.
Levi Strauss & Co fetched a higher price than expected in its initial public offering (IPO) on Wednesday, selling $623.3 million (471.8 million pounds) in shares as the U.S. jeans maker looks to return to the stock market after 34 years as a family-owned company.
Levi Strauss & Co's initial public offering of 36.7 million shares was priced at $17 per share, above the expected range of $14 to $16.
Levi Strauss & Co hopes to sell $587 million (452.3 million pounds) worth of shares in an upcoming return to the stock market after three decades, which would value the inventor of blue jeans at $6.17 billion and give it a potful of cash to invest in broadening its product...
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