March 3, 2004 |
Children's clothing retailer Gymboree Corp. said fourth-quarter earnings rose slightly, helped by strong performance in its boys business. Gymboree said it earned $11.2 million, or 36 cents a share, up from $10.6 million, or 35 cents, a year earlier. Sales from retail operations rose 11% during the quarter to $171.8 million. Shares of Burlingame, Calif.-based Gymboree rose 29 cents to $15.96 on Nasdaq.
November 16, 2006 |
Gymboree Corp. said third-quarter profit jumped 56% as sales surged, but it forecast fourth-quarter profit below Wall Street expectations. The San Francisco company earned $17.4 million, or 53 cents a share, up from $11.1 million, or 35 cents, last year. Revenue rose 22% to $215.6 million. The company took a charge of $10.2 million, or 19 cents a share, for the closure of its Janeville division.
May 20, 2005 |
Shares of Gymboree Corp., which sells children's clothing, rose 17% after the company boosted its 2005 forecast. Profit from continuing operations will be 43 cents to 53 cents a share in 2005, San Francisco-based Gymboree said in a statement released after the close of regular trading Wednesday. It had previously forecast profit of 40 cents to 50 cents. Gymboree said first-quarter net income fell to $5.52 million, or 18 cents a share, from $9.23 million, or 29 cents, in the year-earlier period.
November 19, 1998 |
Gymboree Corp., which operates stores for infants and young children, will graduate to the preteen apparel market and challenge GapKids by launching a chain called Zutopia early next year. The Burlingame-based operator of Gymboree and Gym Baby stores has been trying to develop an apparel store concept for older children but had not announced a name for the chain. Signaling its plans to move forward, the company said Wednesday that it will open 10 Zutopia stores during the first quarter of 1999.
February 16, 2000
* Gymboree Corp.'s top two executives resigned as the children's clothing company reported a loss and bigger-than-expected drop in sales for the fourth quarter. The Burlingame, Calif.-based company named Chairman Stuart Moldaw to replace resigning President Gary White and Chief Executive Melanie Cox.
February 14, 1997 |
Gymboree Corp. said Nancy Pedot, president and chief executive, resigned and will be replaced by Gary White, who is chief operating officer. The company, which operates children's clothing stores, also said it expects its earnings for its fiscal fourth quarter ended Feb. 2 to come within the range of analysts' estimates. They range from 37 cents to 40 cents a share, based on a survey of four analysts by IBES International Inc. Gymboree shares rose 6 cents to close at $23.06 on Nasdaq.