Kohl’s Shares Up After Licensing Deal with Hang Ten

Hang Ten

According to an Associated Press story posted June 12, by Business Week: “Shares of Kohl’s Inc. advanced on Thursday, after the government issued a positive May retail sales report and the company reported a licensing agreement for lifestyle brand Hang 10.

Kohl’s shares rose $1.52, or 3.6 percent, to $44.11 during afternoon trading. The stock has traded between $37.31 and $73.38 during the past 52 weeks.”

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For more details on the licensing agreement between Hang Ten, Quiksilver and Kohl’s, click HERE.