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L Brands, Inc. (LB)

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  • Why L Brands Briefly Popped This Morning
    Motley Fool

    Why L Brands Briefly Popped This Morning

    The retailer reported fourth-quarter results as it prepares to separate its Victoria's Secret business.

  • Alliance Data Improves Customer Experience With Reissue Of Victoria's Secret Credit Card, Providing New Digital Payment Features And Added Security
    PR Newswire

    Alliance Data Improves Customer Experience With Reissue Of Victoria's Secret Credit Card, Providing New Digital Payment Features And Added Security

    Alliance Data Systems Corporation (NYSE: ADS), a leading provider of data-driven marketing, loyalty and payment solutions, today announced its Card Services business, a provider of market-leading payment products and digital solutions, including Bread® and Comenity-branded financial services, has partnered with leading specialty retailer and long-time brand partner Victoria's Secret (NYSE: LB) to reissue an enhanced private label credit card for its cardmembers. With a new look and market-leading digital payment features, the Victoria's Secret Credit Card now allows cardmembers to make contactless mobile payments using Apple Pay®, while also providing one of the most secure and convenient private label shopping experiences on the market.

  • L Brands Posts Mixed Q4 Results, Offers Upbeat Earnings Guidance
    Motley Fool

    L Brands Posts Mixed Q4 Results, Offers Upbeat Earnings Guidance

    Enjoying what appears to be a new lease on life after years of troubles, L Brands (NYSE: LB), parent company of Victoria's Secret and Bath & Body Works, reported a profitable fourth quarter today. While the company's revenue missed the Wall Street consensus estimate of $4.95 billion reported by Zacks Equity Research, registering $4.82 billion in revenue and thus delivering a negative 2.6% surprise, net sales still rose 2.3% year over year from $4.71 billion. Adjusted earnings per share (EPS) skyrocketed 61% year over year from $1.88 to $3.03 for the quarter, and also marginally beat analyst forecasts with a 1.3% positive surprise.