The Talbots, Inc. (NYSE:TLB)

Ten Brands That Will Disappear In 2013

Each year, 24/7 Wall St. identifies 10 important American brands that we predict will disappear within a year. This year’s list reflects the brutally competitive nature of certain industries and ...
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Talbots Agrees to Lower Buyout Offer

In what is probably just a sign of how badly managed the company has been, The Talbots Inc. (NYSE: TLB) agreed today to a $2.75/share buyout by private equity group ...
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24/7 Wall St. Closing Bell — May 25, 2012 (EBAY, LULU, SI, CRM, FSLR, CRMT, MENT, POST, FRO, AMSC, DRYS, KUTV, SAFM, SHIP, GAME, TLB, PAY, FB)

Today’s edition of the Closing Bell is being published shortly after 2:00 p.m. US markets are closed Monday to observe the Memorial Day holiday. We’ll resume our normal schedule next ...
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24/7 Wall St. Closing Bell (AAPL, NOK, VMW, EIX, CLD, GOOG, JPM, WFC, IGTE, C, INTC, MSFT, GTIM, INFY, TLB)

Markets opened lower this morning and by mid-morning equities were trading down about -1% across the board, where they have mostly remained for the rest of the day. Worries about ...
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24/7 Wall St. Closing Bell (GOOG, JCI, VLO, TSCO, HUM, INTC, IBM, BAC, AXP, GE, SLB, STI, INSM, TLB, SHLD, NCIT, CCOI)

Equity markets opened mixed this morning, with the DJIA up slightly and the NASDAQ Composite and S&P 500 down slightly. That pattern held throughout the day as last night’s report ...
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24/7 Wall St. Closing Bell (GOOG, JDSU, DRI, CB, LNKD, SAI, VRA, MTN, VLGEA, MW, TLB, MNI, MSO, FSLR, JAG, GBG)

Equities fell sharply after this morning’s opening. Futures were soft prior to the opening bell due largely to continue to worry about Europe and a forecast cut to the European ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades & Downgrades (ALL, AMZN, BX, CTL, CB, DRI, FSL, GEOI, GOOG, JDSU, LNKD, BTU, PEG, DGX, TLB, TRV, UIS, UNH, URBN, WSH)

These are some of the top analyst upgrades, downgrades, and initiations seen from Wall Street research calls this Wednesday morning. Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL) Started as Outperform at Credit Suisse. ...
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Media Digest (12/7/2011) Reuters, WSJ, NYTime, FT, Bloomberg

The board of Olympus may resign by late February. (Reuters) China says its annual rate of growth slowed between October and November. (Reuters) Congress pressures the CFTC for stronger regulation ...
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Talbots Takes 24/7 Wall St. Advice, Sacks CEO

Last week, 24/7 Wall St. made the case that The Talbots (NYSE: TLB) fire its CEO Trudy F. Sullivan. Today, the company pushed her out and said it would start ...
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What’s Important in the Financial World (12/2/2011) Chrysler Victory, Google Chrome Surge

The sovereign debt problem in Europe gets more complex by the hour. The European Central Bank said it may intervene to buy paper issued by nations that are economically weak. ...
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Media Digest (12/2/2011) Reuters, WSJ, NYTimes, FT, Bloomberg

Auto sales reach a two-year high. (Reuters) Tom Glocer, the head of Thomson Reuters (NYSE: TRI), resigns and will be replaced by the COO. (Reuters) The intellectual property battle between ...
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A New Case to Oust Talbots’ CEO

Trudy F. Sullivan is still the CEO of The Talbots (NYSE: TLB). The retailer continues to be one of the least successful in its sector. Sullivan has overstayed whatever welcome she ...
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24/7 Wall St. Closing Bell (GOOG, IAG, ERTS, STX, ONXX, CRZO, GIL, BKS, LULU, ISLE, KR, TLB, PEIX, LAVA, CLWR, STNG, HOVNP)

Equity markets opened slightly lower this morning, following yesterday’s big share price increases. For most of the day stocks traded slightly lower, although they have moved to a very slight ...
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November Same-Store Sales Mixed, Winners and Losers (LTD, TLB, COST, TGT, M, DDS, JWN, KSS, GPS, ROST, JCP, TJX, LULU, SSI, PIR)

Retailers are reporting November sales this morning and the results are decidely mixed. The best report we’ve seen so far this morning is from Limited Brands, Inc. (NYSE: LTD) and ...
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The Worst Performing Stocks of 2011 (ARO, BAC, RIMM, TLB, AMSC, CIS, FRO, MOTR, LEDS, MTG)

2011 has been an incredibly choppy year, the economy is flirting between snail-paced growth and recession, and many companies and entire sectors are experiencing some severe business pressures or their ...
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