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On Thursday, Sept. 1, investors await earnings from Lululemon Athletica and weekly jobless claims.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on quarterly results from Lululemon Athletica, released on Thursday, after the markets close.
As the athleisure company works to improve profitability, Chip Wilson is looking for a way to rejoin the company he started -- and criticized.
Earnings season is winding down, but a few major companies are set to release their latest results this week.
Lululemon's longest-standing board member resigns less than two weeks after the CEO backs her position.
Columbia Sportswear's prAna brand could challenge in athleisure.
Plus, hats off to Fill or Kill on Lululemon.
Lululemon's longest-standing board member, Rhoda Pitcher, resigned from her position after dogged reporting from Real Money's Fill or Kill team, says Jim Cramer.
After recently gaining a vote of confidence from the CEO, Pitcher leaves the company.
Lululemon's mysterious director, Rhoda Pitcher, will stay on the board.
It's a pretty broad spectrum, but they've definitely arrived.
The mysterious Rhoda Pitcher's relationship to an education nonprofit suddenly vanishes.
The lululemon director's background sheds light on the company's cult-like culture.
Shareholders have a right to know just who represents their interests on the board of this $10 billion company.
The company's response to inquiries fails to address questions surrounding a leading board member's qualifications.
The 'sketchy' history of lululemon's longest-standing board member calls the company's due diligence into question.
The activewear maker will struggle to hit its earnings, and its anonymous board won't reassure investors.
Lululemon's founder Chip Wilson may have a point when it comes to the athletic apparel-seller's board of directors, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
Our favorite indicators are not totally behind the recent advance.
There are more reasons to sell than to buy until the S&P 500 hits this number.
If the longest-standing board members are truly responsible for the yoga-pants maker's troubles, why can't we find all of them?
I am gun-shy about going long due to lagging indicators.
Company is doing much better than Wilson acknowledges.
Lululemon has been improving its practices and it is paying off in terms of performance despite what the company's founder Chip Wilson has been publicly saying, says Jim Cramer.
This market has been so strong that it deserves to rest a bit.
Maybe the yoga-apparel maker isn't such a downward dog after all.
S&P 500 nears its all-time high while commodities are the best performing asset class.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer was fond of Lululemon Athletica's first quarter report, released on Wednesday before the opening bell.