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Lululemon's double-digit sales growth not enough to please Wall Street as shares slump

  • Lululemon Athletica Inc. reported another quarter of double-digit sales growth — but that wasn’t enough to boost a stock that’s already almost doubled this year.
  • Lululemon sees profit of US$2.10 to US$2.13 a share in the fourth quarter, below analysts’ estimate of US$2.13 a share.
  • Meanwhile, the closely watched metric of comparable-store sales rose 17 per cent on a constant-currency basis in the latest quarter, beating the 14.2 per cent estimate compiled by Consensus Metrix.
  • Despite its 11th consecutive profit beat, the Vancouver-based company is suffering from investors’ expectations for perfection.
  • Chief Executive Officer Calvin McDonald told analysts he sees significant opportunities to further expand in China after doubling its store base this year.
  • Lululemon shares fell as much as 7.8 per cent in late trading, before paring some of the decline.
  • The stock has advanced 92 per cent this year through Wednesday’s close.

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A Jersey City shooter has been linked to Black Hebrew Israelites, report says

  • Anderson, 47, and Francine Graham, 50, went on a shooting spree and had an hours-long gunbattle with police Tuesday that left four people dead -- three people in the market and a police officer, New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal said.
  • Authorities believe the shooters first killed Jersey City police Det. Joseph Seals at a cemetery, and then drove to the Jersey City Kosher Supermarket, kicking off the gun attack and police shootout, Grewal said.
  • Earlier Wednesday, Jersey City Department of Public Safety Director James Shea told reporters that authorities learned the incident began as an attack on civilians in the store and progressed into a gunbattle with officers after reviewing surveillance video.
  • In New York City, hundreds of police officers will monitor dozens of Jewish locations "for a number of days to come," de Blasio said.

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Carta's chief technology officer is leaving the $1.7 billion fintech startup after a little over a year

  • Carta's chief technology officer stepped down on Monday after only a little over one year with the fintech startup, according to a company representative.
  • His last day was Monday, though a company spokesperson said Tulsi will stay on in an advisory role until the end of 2019.
  • The last person to hold the role of chief technology officer at Carta, Eric Hurkman, was an early employee who stayed for four years.
  • The company's chief compliance officer, Julius Leiman-Carbia, left after one year in July 2018 to join Wealthfront.
  • Doug Reed, former chief information security officer, left Carta after nine months in October 2018.
  • In November, the company announced a policy change that includes paying severance to all employees, regardless of whether they quit or left voluntarily, and doing away with legal separation agreements and non-disparagement clauses.

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Carta chief technology officer is stepping down - Business Insider

  • Carta's chief technology officer stepped down on Monday after only a little over one year with the fintech startup, according to a company representative.
  • His last day was Monday, though a company spokesperson said Tulsi will stay on in an advisory role until the end of 2019.
  • The last person to hold the role of chief technology officer at Carta, Eric Hurkman, was an early employee who stayed for four years.
  • The company's chief compliance officer, Julius Leiman-Carbia, left after one year in July 2018 to join Wealthfront.
  • Doug Reed, former chief information security officer, left Carta after nine months in October 2018.
  • In November, the company announced a policy change that includes paying severance to all employees, regardless of whether they quit or left voluntarily, and doing away with legal separation agreements and non-disparagement clauses.

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Carta chief technology officer is stepping down - Business Insider

  • Carta's chief technology officer stepped down on Monday after only a little over one year with the fintech startup, according to a company representative.
  • His last day was Monday, though a company spokesperson said Tulsi will stay on in an advisory role until the end of 2019.
  • The last person to hold the role of chief technology officer at Carta, Eric Hurkman, was an early employee who stayed for four years.
  • The company's chief compliance officer, Julius Leiman-Carbia, left after one year in July 2018 to join Wealthfront.
  • Doug Reed, former chief information security officer, left Carta after nine months in October 2018.
  • In November, the company announced a policy change that includes paying severance to all employees, regardless of whether they quit or left voluntarily, and doing away with legal separation agreements and non-disparagement clauses.

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THE CHANGING C-SUITE: What the rise of information, data, and tech chiefs says about the future of leadership in America's top companies

  • Chief data, information, and technology officers are gaining new authority within the C-suite as they help guide their organizations through sweeping digital upgrade efforts.
  • Business Insider is delving into this trend and uncovering how the rise of these formerly "hidden" members of the executive team is reverberating through companies — and what it means for firms as they pursue tech transformations.
  • Why companies need a chief reskilling officer: A Columbia dean says corporations need to create a 'chief reskilling' officer to help anticipate the workforce of the future.
  • Here's how the university is preparing its students.
  • Why working backwards as a CIO can help: The CIO at $32 billion Autodesk uses Amazon's 'working-backward' approach to solve a persistent problem with tech projects.
  • Here's how it works.

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Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: AutoZone, HD Supply, Stitch Fix, Chewy & more

  • Revenue beat forecasts as well, and comparable-store sales rose 3.4% versus the 2.5% rise expected by analysts surveyed by Refinitiv.
  • The luxury home builder's revenue beating estimates as well, and the company is forecasting current-quarter home deliveries above consensus.
  • Comcast (CMCSA) – Comcast plans to spend $2 billion on content and marketing for its Peacock streaming service, according to Chief Financial Officer Michael Cavanagh.
  • MongoDB (MDB) – MongoDB reported an adjusted quarterly loss of 26 cents per share, 2 cents a share smaller than Wall Street had anticipated.
  • Vail Resorts (MTN) – The resort operator lost $2.64 per share for its fiscal first quarter, smaller than the $2.90 per share loss that analysts were anticipating.
  • Revenue beat Wall Street forecasts, and the company said season pass sales were up 17% from a year ago in terms of dollar value and 22% by the number of passes sold.

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