Aeropostale's Pain and Suffering
With losses across the board, can Aeropostale turn around?
Today on Investor Beat, host Chris Hill and Motley Fool analyst Charly Travers dive into the murky waters of Aeropostale's recent first-quarter results. Chris notes that online sales are down, along with same-store sales. Charly adds that Aeropostale's stock is also down and explains that the numbers reflect some of the decline in mall shopping and the overcrowded teen-retail space. Charly brings up the retail company's poor comps last year and its six straight quarterly losses -- with the company expecting another loss in the next quarter. While Chris wonders about CEO problems, Charly says that Aeropostale really needs to knock it out of the park this back-to-school season.
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