Omaha-based retailer Gordmans reported Friday a loss of 9 cents per diluted share in the second quarter, beating Wall Street’s expectations that the company would lose 16 cents per diluted share.“We are very pleased with our second-quarter performance and believe we continue to gain momentum in our goal to return the company to consistent annual comparable store sales growth and profitability,” President and Chief Executive Andy Hall said Friday on a call with stock analysts.The results were...
Omaha-based Gordmans reported Friday a second-quarter loss of 28 cents per diluted share, missing by just one cent Wall Street analysts’ expectations that the company would lose 27 cents per diluted share.Company comparable store sales were down about 11 percent. Chief Executive Andy Hall blamed a challenging sales environment in the second quarter.To protect the bottom line, Hall said the company reduced inventory by 14 percent when compared to the same period a year ago.
Despite a reported earnings loss on Friday, Omaha-based Gordmans continues to pull itself up by its bootstraps.The retailer reported a loss of 14 cents per diluted share, missing Wall Street analysts’ expectations by 1 cent.But the company reported same-store sales growth of 0.8 percent for the quarter, the first positive comparable store sales growth in three years and the fourth consecutive quarter that same-store sales have improved.
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