You can wear this jean at - 30 degrees below and stay warm. Is that cool? Sorry I'm just ex·ag·ger·ate. Check it out this jean, Fahrenheit Jeans.
BABA culture got too big in China, this is like waving huge Chinese flag in your hand, your arm get tired and sore. Sooner or later, the customer will get tired of BABA, my question is how to retain customer from leaving?
Caller: Boo Yaa! I have a question about Joe's Jean and they are negotiating with the banks and see if they can lower interest payment. Do you think they have a good chance?
Jim said, Jean business is so tough now, last July one of jean maker called Silver Jeans, Silver Jeans Stores Files Chapter 11, Plans Retail Liquidation. I hope to see banks give more room to Joe's Jean, give them some more time. It is too early to speculate what happen next. If your portfolio is strong, then wait and watch. Anything can happen. Can you say hello, Santa Claus.
No. By the way, I think banks will give Joe's Jean more leeway. I will pull the trigger, if they find a new agreement.
Just tell the sale, the code word. Emergency.
Battery car is now over hype.
Let see who will win?
Investor Stock Alert on Price Target: Willis Group Holdings , Joes Jeans Inc
Joes Jeans Inc (NASDAQ:JOEZ): The mean estimate for the short term price target for Joes Jeans Inc (NASDAQ:JOEZ) stands at $0.9 according to 1 Analysts. But, the investors should remain cautious as the stock may face wide vicissitudes from its mean price; the higher price target estimate for the stock has been calculated at $1 while the lower price target estimate is at $1..Shares of Joes Jeans Inc (NASDAQ:JOEZ) ended the trading session with a loss of 0.07 points or 11.67% at $0.53. The shares had previously closed at $0.6. Heavy selling had caused the price to collapse to $0.52 intraday but value-buying helped the shares pare some of the losses; however the shares dipped into the negative territory by end of the day. This is an interesting bullish sign which implies that investors are willing to buy on the dips. The session witnessed a volume of 526,046 shares. Joes Jeans Inc (NASDAQ:JOEZ) has a market cap of $37 million and the number of outstanding shares is 69,242,000. The shares have a 52-week high of $1.55
CEO Peter Kim, oh my god, take a look at him and he got tattoo all over his arms. Anyway read
Ever wonder what the most powerful leaders, business execs and celebrities keep on their desks? Well, we’re about to tell you. Our “What’s on My Desk” feature will take a look inside the offices and at the desks of the world’s most influential power players.
This week we’ve featured the desk of Peter Kim, the founder and CEO of Hudson Jeans. Peter is not your typical CEO of a multi-million dollar fashion company: he believes that denim is just the vehicle to allow people to be their best selves. He lives and breathes this sentiment, and leads his company with this ethos in mind. Foreseeing the designer denim boom, Peter launched Hudson in 2002 and for the past 12 years, has led the brand to remarkable growth and global success. The brand quickly gained acclaim for its flattering fits and progressive, fashion-forward styling. Under Peter’s leadership, the Hudson brand continues to set the standard in the premium denim category while staying true to its untamed rock-n-roll roots. Peter makes sure of that. He lives with his wife and twin daughters in Los Feliz, California, close to the neighborhood where he grew up. He is an active member of the Young Presidents Organization (YPO), and has been honored with several awards for his commitment to community service and outreach through various charitable organizations including One Voice International and YO! Watts. Here is a peek at the items on this denim guru’s desk.
He still has a desk, so he is not leaving Joe's Jean yet and despite of all rumor of bankruptcy.
Every week they go to the food store, pick up some beers and cigarettes and Powerball Lottery tickets.
I was reading the other day that cheap oil is not going to last, as more "Middle Class" in emerging countries, particular in southeast countries are spending money on pickup trucks and cars to replace motorcycles and bikes. Can you say, "Not Enough"