Gap raised its earnings per share outlook for the year on Thursday, after its summer lineup helped boost second-quarter results and advanced its turnaround push.
The San Francisco-based clothing retailer, which operates the Gap, Old Navy and Banana Republic clothing chains, says that it earned $333 million, or 71 cents per share, for the three-month period ended May 4. That compares with $233 million, or 47 cents per share, in the year-ago period.
Gap Inc. is reporting a 61 percent increase in profits for the fourth quarter, capping a strong year that saw the company’s turnaround take hold.
The San Francisco-based clothing retailer said stronger sales at its Banana Republic, Old Navy and namesake stores all contributed to the performance.
Gap has announced a management overhaul aimed at enabling the retailer to respond more quickly to customers’ needs across the globe.
Kim Kardashian has settled a lawsuit against Old Navy, after she claimed the company violated her publicity rights by using a lookalike in one of its ads….
Gap Inc. is reporting a 40 percent drop in fourth-quarter profits, as the clothing retailer grappled with higher costs and discounted heavily to get shoppers in its stores during the crucial holiday season.
Gap is reporting a 36 percent drop in third-quarter profit, as deep discounting and higher production costs continue to hurt the company.
Gap Inc. is betting big on China, announcing plans to triple the number of its namesake stores in that region by the end of next year.
A commercial produced by San Francisco based Old Navy, featured dark haired singer, Melissa Molinaro, who also looks very similar to one, upset Kim Kardashian…