Thursday, July 3, 2008

Kohl's Shares Up After Licensing Deal with Hang Ten

As reported on Transworld Biz June 16th, 2008

According to an Associated Press story posted June 12, by Business Week: “Shares of Kohl’s Inc. advanced on Thursday, after the government issued a positive May retail sales report and the company reported a licensing agreement for lifestyle brand Hang 10.

Kohl’s shares rose $1.52, or 3.6 percent, to $44.11 during afternoon trading. The stock has traded between $37.31 and $73.38 during the past 52 weeks.”

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For more details on the licensing agreement between Hang Ten, Quiksilver and Kohl’s, click HERE.

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