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Laurie Kulikowski

Laurie Kulikowski has been with TheStreet since September 2006, at first covering banks and financial services. She has also covered small business and the retail industry. She currently covers markets and investing.


Before working at TheStreet, Laurie was a reporter for American Banker, where she wrote about banks and markets. Prior to American Banker, she was the online managing editor at Financial Planning magazine.


Laurie received a Bachelor's degree in English literature from Binghamton University and a Master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.


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Recent Articles By The Author

Pottery Barn, West Elm To Drive Williams-Sonoma's Q2 Sales

Williams-Sonoma reports quarterly results after the bell on Wednesday and analysts are expecting good things to come from the home furnishing brand.

Michael Kors vs. Coach: Which Retailer Will Get It Right for Fall?

Retailers Michael Kors and Coach are set to report quarterly earnings next week.

El Pollo Loco CEO Sees Plenty of Opportunity in Fast Casual

El Pollo Loco (LOCO) shares surged more than 30% on Friday after the stock debuted on the Nasdaq.

Starbucks' Food Sales, Coffee Price Hedging Likely to Fuel Earnings

Starbucks will report quarterly results after the closing bell on Thursday and Wall Street will be watching to see if its food offerings are continuing to gain traction with consumers.

Urban Outfitters, Nordstrom and The Gap Among Retail's Digital Winners

While traditional bricks-and-mortar retailers try to step up their game to compete with online retail giant Amazon, some of them are doing a good job.

Chipotle Is Hoping You Won't Care About Its Higher Menu Pricing

The big question many will be asking as Chipotle gets ready to report results is whether the fast-casual chain's decision to raise prices kept customers away?

Michaels CEO Chuck Rubin: Social Media Is Great for Business

Michaels, the arts and crafts specialty retailer, raised $473 million in a public offering as shares closed Friday near its opening price of $17.

World Cup Costs Will Weigh on Nike's Quarterly Results

Nike is expected to report fourth-quarter and full year earnings after the markets close on Thursday. The big question is: wow much will World Cup expenses weigh on the numbers.

Lululemon's Shares Plunge as Yoga Apparel Retailer Cuts Outlook

Lululemon shares are moving downward following its latest earnings report.

RadioShack Shares Plunge on Dismal First Quarter Loss, Sales Slump

Shares of RadioShack plunged on Tuesday after posting dismal first quarter results. TheStreet's Jim Cramer says investors may be better off owning another name in the sector.

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