Lululemon suffered less than its peers


Despite strong gains in e-commerce, store closures due to the Covid-19 pandemic weighed on Lululemon Athletica’s sales, affecting its quarterly performance and sending the vertically integrated yoga apparel maker’s sales down by about 7 percent. Financial analysts had anticipated that the company would book sales of nearly $700 million for ...

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