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07/17/14 - $154.78
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8.7B
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EX-Date
05/14/14
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$3.76
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HUGO BOSS AG, together with its subsidiaries, develops, markets, and distributes men’s and women’s fashion and accessories in the premium and luxury segment worldwide. It offers business wear, sportswear, evening wear, shoes and leather accessories, fragrances, eyewear, watches, children’s fashion, motorcycle helmets, mobile phones, mobile accessories, and home textiles. The company distributes its products via online stores, directly operated stores, and outlet stores. HUGO BOSS AG sells its products in approximately 127 countries through various labels principally comprising Boss core brand, Boss Green, Boss Orange, Hugo Boss, and Hugo with approximately 7,100 points of sale. The company operates 1,010 retail stores. HUGO BOSS AG was founded in 1924 and is headquartered in Metzingen, Germany.

12,656 Employees
Last Reported Date: 11/4/14
Founded in 1924

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Hugo Boss Factory Set to Close in April 2015

The Hugo Boss plant, which workers rallied to save from closing in 2010, is scheduled to be shuttered in April 2015. The company officials from Germany announced their intention to close the plant just as the Workers United union was scheduled to set dates to begin preliminary contract talks. The current three-year contract expires in April 2015. About 170 people work at the plant. Following a review of the company’s operations to ensure that its global manufacturing footprint is aligned with its global strategy, Hugo Boss determined that it will not renew the contract for its Cleveland manufacturing facility and will phase out production there over the next few months.

Hugo Boss AG Announces Management Changes

Hugo Boss AG has announced the appointment of Gerrit Ruetzel, currently president & CEO of the Asia Pacific region, as the new president & CEO of the Americas, effective January 1, 2015. Mr. Gareth Incledon, currently Managing Director HUGO BOSS China Retail based in Shanghai, will succeed Dr. Ruetzel as President & CEO of the company for the Asia/Pacific region. Mr. Incledon will relocate to Hong Kong. Both Dr. Rutzel and Mr. Incledon will report to Claus-Dietrich Lahrs, CEO & Chairman of the Managing Board, company.

Hugo Boss Reports Group Earnings Results for the Nine Months Ended September 2014; Provides Group Earnings Guidance for the Year 2014

Hugo Boss reported group earnings results for the nine months ended September 2014. Taking into account special items around amounting to EUR 3 million, first nine months EBITDA margin declined by 40 basis points to 22.4%. In absolute terms, EBITDA before special items grew 4% to EUR 423 million. Group EBIT increased 2% as depreciation charges were 50% above the prior year level. Profit growth benefited from the better financial result compared to 2013. Supported by lower minorities, following the takeover of its Chinese JV operation in June, net income attributable to shareholders improved 5% to EUR 258 million, translating into earnings per share of EUR 3.74. Based on assumption, for the full year, based on this assumption, the company now expects group sales to increase at a rate of 6% to 8% on a currency-adjusted basis. As a result of weaker than expected top line momentum and in light of continued retail and brand investments, the company now expects EBITDA before special items to grow by 5% to 7%. Investments will amount to around EUR 130 million, primarily focused on retail expansion and refurbishments, including the opening of a good 50 new stores, excluding takeovers. The decline of investments compared to the last year was support free cash flow generation despite higher working capital needs. As a result, the company remains confident in the achievement of a net debt position around 0 at the year-end.

 

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