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Deckers Outdoor, a footwear and apparel company based in Goleta, declared $41.03 million in net income for its third quarter 2017, ended Dec. 31, down more than 73 percent from the third quarter of 2016. For the first nine months of its fiscal year, the company earned $21.41 million, down from $145.97 million for the Read More →
Deckers Outdoor, a Goleta-based manufacturer of outdoor footwear apparel and accessories, beat analyst earnings per share estimates when it released third quarter 2016 earnings Feb. 4. Earnings per share increased to $4.78 from $4.50 last year. That beat analyst estimates of $4.75 per share, according to Yahoo Finance. Revenues also increased 3.6 percent during the Read More →
Markets are quirky things. They sail along for a while and then wham, turbulence arrives. Twice in the past six months we’ve seen two market meltdowns — the latest put the U.S. indices deep into correction territory. My own takeaway is that we are not in the middle of a full-blown financial crisis; there’s been Read More →
Deckers Outdoor Corp. is changing its public-facing name to Deckers Brands as it celebrates its listing on the New York Stock Exchange. The Goleta-based owner of Ugg, Sanuk, Teva and other popular products in footwear and accessories said its new retail channels will operate as Deckers Brands. The corporate name will remain Deckers Outdoor Read More →
At the San Luis Obispo headquarters for international software company Mindbody, employees can break away for noontime yoga or retreat to one of the building’s downstairs spa rooms for a massage or facial. Amid high ceilings, colorful beanbag chairs and exercise balls, employees at Mindbody are working in an atmosphere that’s anything but the Read More →
Shares of Deckers Outdoor Corp. hopped 5.6 percent in after-hours trading on July 24 as the footwear firm reported better-than-expected sales and raised its outlook for the full year. The firm’s loss widened to $37.1 million, or $1.07 per share, compared to a loss of $29.3 million in the same period a year earlier. Read More →