Shouldn't DECK have filed something with SEC last month?
It seems Sam Poser and people in the know, insider or otherwise, got wind of below last month. Since this was going to have material impact on sales/earnings and stock price, wasn't DECK's management obligated to file this to SEC like 8-K or something last month?
"In response, Uggs said it decided last month to roll back prices on some classic styles in the U.S. The price cuts are retroactive, meaning stores that received Uggs as far back as July can discount the merchandise remaining on their shelves for shoppers. It's an unusual move for Deckers, which rarely discounts Uggs." excerpt from AP.
A public company with a material decision like this with so many vendors and people involved must have made it public as soon as possible.