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May 8, 2002 | From Bloomberg News
Guess Inc., a clothing retailer and designer, said it had a loss of $3.6 million in its first quarter. Profit this year will be less than forecast as sales to department stores and other retailers will be lower than expected. The loss of 8 cents a share contrasted with net income of $2.08million, or 5 cents, in the year-earlier quarter. Profit this year will be as much as 16 cents, Guess said. The analysts' average estimate was 21 cents, according to Thomson Financial/First Call.
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BUSINESS
May 8, 2002 | From Bloomberg News
Guess Inc., a clothing retailer and designer, said it had a loss of $3.6 million in its first quarter. Profit this year will be less than forecast as sales to department stores and other retailers will be lower than expected. The loss of 8 cents a share contrasted with net income of $2.08million, or 5 cents, in the year-earlier quarter. Profit this year will be as much as 16 cents, Guess said. The analysts' average estimate was 21 cents, according to Thomson Financial/First Call.
NEWS
December 3, 1998 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mercury, a marque whose big cars haven't topped the under-50 crowd's gotta-have-one list in years, wants its youthful machismo back. And what better way to regain it, the Irvine-based company's newly transplanted executives figure, than to bring back a model whose very name evokes the hot-rod image that once defined the Ford Motor Co. unit's offerings. Think big. Think Marauder. The roaring Merc V-8 of the 1960s, a car that could seat six people and scoot along at up to 140 mph.
BUSINESS
October 31, 2012 | By W.J. Hennigan, Los Angeles Times
LAS VEGAS - Nearly every inch of floor space in this city's convention center is crowded with vendors hawking automotive products. There are pedestals hoisting horsepower-generating superchargers. Then there are stacks of colorful custom carpet samples. Nearby is a display case filled with high-performance head gaskets. If it has anything to do with a car, it can be found here at the Specialty Equipment Market Assn. trade show. With more than 2,250 exhibitors in attendance this year, it is the largest show in SEMA's history.
BUSINESS
April 25, 1995 | TOM PETRUNO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The hottest new California stock issues of 1994 are mostly in the business of getting information from Point A to Point B--and moving it faster, easier and more cheaply. Companies involved in computer and telecommunications networking dominate the Times list of best-performing California IPOs, or initial public offerings, measured from their 1994 offering prices to market prices on April 13. At the top of the list: Ascend Communications, a 6-year-old Alameda-based firm that floated 2.
SPORTS
June 17, 1987 | GARY KLEIN, Times Staff Writer
You've seen them. On the freeway, at busy intersections and just about anywhere else automobiles can be found. Slogan-inscribed license plate frames have become all the rage in recent years. A way to jazz up an otherwise boring tag of identification while revealing a personal motto or message. Some are fact and some are fantasy. Take, for example, the frame on Scott Hooper's white Volkswagen bug in the student parking lot at Taft High. The inscription reads My Other Car is a Dragster.
SPORTS
November 17, 1988 | Shav Glick
One of the hottest developments in motor racing in the last several years has been the proliferation of antique, or historic, car races. Clubs organized to showcase and race older cars are mushrooming as fast as new sets of initials can be put together. Among them are VARA (Vintage Automotive Racing Assn.), WRA (Western Racing Assn.), Vintage Racing and the HMSA (Historical Motor Sports Assn.), the first on the Pacific Coast.
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