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  1. Lululemon’s New Fall Line Revealed (LULU)

    It’s very different from what you have seen from Lululemon in the past.
  2. Why Lululemon’s Plan Might Work (LULU)

    Lululemon wants to increase sales to men, and it might work for one simple reason.
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  4. Lululemon Will Target Men in Toronto Store (LULU)

    Lululemon wants to attract male customers as a new growth avenue, but it won’t be ...
  5. Lululemon on Unique Sales Growth Path (LULU)

    The company's revenue and online sales growth do not follow today’s typical retail ...
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    The five most profitable United States-listed clothing companies began 2016 with ...
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