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    By SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Legislation that would have overhauled New Mexico’s wildlife management agency stalled in a Senate committee Tuesday after a lengthy debate in which opponents warned that proposed changes to the distribution of hunting tags would devastate guides and outfitters and cost rural communities jobs and revenue. Some lawmakers said they could support elements of the legislation, such as changing the name of the state Game and Fish Department and broadening its mission to include conservation of species beyond big game like elk and deer. But other provisions helped to further divide the state's rural and urban factions. Among the concerns were potential economic impacts on guides and outfitters. Opponents of the bill said many would likely go out of business if they no longer received a share of the state’s hunting tags and that would mean lost jobs and revenues for...
    LIVERMORE (KPIX 5) — A beloved, family-owned sporting goods shop in Livermore has announced it will soon close its doors permanently, done in by financial struggles during the COVID-19 pandemic. A line full of people wrapped around a building during the pandemic is not that unusual, but this line was for a different reason. Dom’s Outdoor Outfitters announced on Facebook Wednesday they were calling it quits after 51 years of selling sporting goods in Livermore. By sunrise Thursday, people were already in line for the first day of the shop’s liquidation sale. The initial discounts were modest for now, but will get bigger as the store’s final closure nears. Dom’s was offering 20% off rain gear and 50% off Boy Scout uniforms. Levi’s jeans and Yeti coolers were selling at 10% off. Kim Burnett, who grew up in Livermore, was here to buy some ammunition that was marked down 10%....
    NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially Wednesday: Target Corp., down $2.28 to $196.82. The retailer said its online sales doubled over the holidays. Ally Financial Inc., up $1.19 to $39.56. The Detroit-based financial institution announced a $1.6 billion stock buyback program. Bausch Health Companies Inc., up $2.33 to $25.80. The pharmaceutical company said revenue was strong in the fourth quarter. KB Home, up 86 cents to $35.01. The home builder beat Wall Street’s fourth-quarter profit and revenue forecasts. Urban Outfitters Inc., down $1.57 to $28.74. The fashion retailer said its holiday sales were disappointing. Big Lots Inc., down 62 cents to $48.19. The discount store chain gave investors a weak fourth-quarter earnings forecast. Intel Corp., up $3.71 to $56.95. The chipmaker said Pat Gelsinger will replace Bob Swan as CEO on Feb. 15. El Pollo Loco Holdings Inc., down $1.45 to...
    Capitol Rioters Face Sedition Charges as DOJ Ramps Up Probe Capitol invaders organic food request should be the least of our worries Urban Outfitters shares tumble on disappointing holiday sales, retailer taps Harrington as CEO Urban Outfitters, which also owns the Anthropologie and Free People brands, said current CEO Trish Donnelly will be leaving, effective Jan. 31, to pursue another career opportunity. It has named Sheila Harrington, current CEO of Free People, as CEO of Urban Outfitters, and she will continue to oversee the Free People banner. During the two-month period ended Dec. 31, Urban said its total company sales fell 8.4% from a year earlier, while same-store sales fell 9% due to declines in store traffic because of the Covid pandemic. © Provided by CNBC Shoppers with their Urban Outfitters shopping bags in Soho in New York Urban Outfitters shares tumbled Tuesday after the...
    Urban Outfitters When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Urban Outfitters is having a big sale featuring up to 40% off home goods including furniture, bedding, rugs, and decor. The sale ends on January 11. Read more: 29 quirky, unexpected gifts from Urban Outfitters for everyone on your list. Though it may not be your first stop when shopping for home goods and decor, Urban Outfitters is a great place to pick up new pieces for your house or apartment. It features a large selection of bedding, furniture, lighting, and more, many of which are discounted by up to 40% right now. Similar to its apparel, the retailer's home goods are stylishly bohemian and range from neutral, solid-colored bedding to bold, velvet lounge chairs.  Sales aren't uncommon to find at Urban Outfitters, in fact, we see our fair...
    A look at some of the key business events and economic indicators upcoming this week: RETAIL WOES Urban Outfitters serves up its third-quarter report card Monday. Wall Street analysts expect the clothing and accessories chain will report lower earnings and revenue for the August-October quarter versus a year earlier. That would echo the company’s second-quarter results. Like other retailers, Urban Outfitters has benefited from strong online sales growth during the pandemic, but has also been hurt by falling in-store sales. WANING CONFIDENCE A gauge of U.S. consumer confidence is expected to be down for the second straight month. Economists project that the Conference Board’s consumer confidence index slipped to 98.7 this month. It fell to 100.9 in October as a new wave of coronavirus cases appeared across the country. A reading of 90 or better reflects a healthy economy. Still, the index remains well below pre-pandemic levels. The Conference...
    KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas hunting guide is losing his hunting privileges for three years for violating federal migratory bird protections, federal prosecutors said. Zachary White, 35, of Ellinwood, pleaded guilty Thursday in Wichita’s federal courthouse to violating the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, U.S. Attorney for Kansas Stephen McAllister said in a news release. White admitted that in 2015, he and another man acted as waterfowl guides in Barton County to a party of 13 hunters who killed 31 white-fronted geese, violating a daily bag limit of two per person. White and the other guide were co-owners and operators of Prairie Thunder Outfitters, officials said. White was sentenced to three years' probation, during which he is prohibited from hunting and fishing or acting as a guide. He was also ordered to pay $15,000 in fines and restitution and to forfeit 148 ducks and geese seized from the Prairie...
    If you’ve been waiting to get your hands on some Urban Outfitters holiday deals, then you’ll be more than excited for its latest clearance sale. For the limited-time event, Urban is taking an extra 40% off all sale items. You can score pieces like cozy cardigans and suede boots for low prices. Plus, you’ll find a variety of winter accessories that will keep you warm and on trend all season long. This is also a great time to stock up on must-have warm-weather finds for next spring and summer — with the sale including discounts on a range of leftover summer styles. You’ll receive free shipping on orders over $50. And with so many deals to choose from, you’ll have no problem reaching that free shipping minimum. UO Ringo Brushed Cardigan Urban Outfitters Sale price: $11.99 Original price: $49.00 Buy Now UO Sophie High-Waisted Flare Pant Urban Outfitters Sale price:...
    MIDDLEBORO (CBS) – Ed Brophy, the owner of Brophy’s Fine Firearms in Middleboro, has been staying up late, trying to keep his gun store stocked. He says he is selling more guns and ammo than ever. Why? He believes it is the nervous mood of people right now. “There’s a lot of protesting going on, and speaking out of rights, and when people are in fear, they look to say, ‘Hey, police cannot be everywhere at once,'” said Brophy. “They would like a piece of their own protection.” Down the road in Middleboro, it’s the same story at The Gunrunner. There are empty shelves where handguns used to be. At the Gunrunner gun shop, owner John Costa is predicting civil unrest if the Second Amendment is jeopardized. “They are afraid, and they are buying whatever they can,” Costa said. “They’re spending all kinds of money on shotguns.” Costa believes the...
    Fact check: Michigan governor encourages voters to drop off ballots, not mail them The most charming small-town restaurant in your state Do you know these lucrative Social Security secrets? Ad Microsoft Incredible Blanket Puts Humans In A Deep Sleep, Melting Stress Away Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/11 SLIDES © Urban Outfitters If you're looking to refresh your home, you'll want to head to Urban Outfitters ASAP—a bunch of its most popular home items are finally back in stock. From textured rugs and planters to sleek desks and storage solutions, there's something for every type of space. Shop some of our favorites home pieces ahead, and check out all the styles that are back in stock here. Be sure to act fast before...
    OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — The owner of a Nebraska outfitting company has been sentenced to more than two years in federal prison for the illegal transport, purchase and sale of wildlife in interstate commerce. Jacob Hueftle, 30, of Broken Bow, was sentenced Monday to 30 months in federal prison for a single count of conspiracy to violate the Lacey Act and the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, federal prosecutors said in a news release. Hueftle, the owner of Hidden Hills Outfitters of Broken Bow, pleaded guilty to the count in July. The government contends in a wide-reaching investigation that Hidden Hills Outfitters, Hueftle and other conspirators provided guiding and outfitting services to hunting clients for the unlawful killing of at least 97 animals in violation of Nebraska law. Nearly three dozen people, including hunters from other states, have been prosecuted in the case and ordered to pay about $600,000 in fines...
    Urban Outfitters is maxing out on all the beauty deals this weekend. For a limited time, the brand is taking 30% off a variety of popular beauty and makeup items. Must-have items include products from top brands like Benefits Cosmetics, Anastasia Beverly Hills and more. You can make your eyes pop with this Grande Cosmetics GrandeDRAMA Intense Thickening Mascara or moisturize your skin with a ROSEN Skincare Tingling Mud Mask. And this highly rated GLAMCOR Riki Colorful Compact Mirror is a steal that you don’t want to miss. Plus, you’ll enjoy free shipping on orders over $50. We’ve picked out some of the best items from the sale. Now all you have to do is start shopping to score all of the beauty goodies.   Marley’s Monsters Reusable Facial Round 5-Pack Urban Outfitters Sale price: $3.50 Original price: $5.00 Buy Now CURLS Blueberry + Mint Tea Scalp Treatment Urban Outfitters...
    Dallas school district apologizes for assignment describing Kenosha shooter as hero New York is set to become the latest city to let restaurants add a COVID-19 fee to your bill Savvy Americans do this to earn an extra $1,394 per month in retirement Ad Microsoft Wearing This 30 Mins/Day Reverses Years Of Bad Posture & Back Pain Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/10 SLIDES © Urban Outfitters Looking to refresh your home with boho decor this autumn? You're in luck: Urban Outfitters' fall home line has arrived, and it has hundreds of new items to transform every room in your home. If you want to liven up your walls, there are plenty of fun prints (like these zodiac-themed ones we're loving), dreamy wall hangings, and...
    Dow Drops 500 Points, Nasdaq Slides for a Third Day as Tech Retreats Buy a Camry LE or Buy This: The 2020 Honda Accord LX Colorful clothes and home decor They say money can't buy you happiness. But money can buy you something that will at least make you feel momentarily happier, which is worth something, right? With so much on our minds right now, our emotions are a little out of whack. Even as we transition into cooler temperatures while trying to stay at home and socially distanced, it's important to find ways to remind ourselves of everything that's good. © ModCloth ModCloth x Collectif Good Golly A-Line Skirt © Amazon Gund Pusheen Snackables Cat Plush Stuffed Animal If you're looking for a little bit of joy, we think the items below just might do the trick. Get ready to smile! © Urban Outfitters Heartbeat Makeup Vanity...
    California wildfires: Historic fire season forces blackouts and helicopter rescues; Oregon issues evacuation orders Labor Day barbecue food safety: Grilling your burgers wrong could be risky this holiday weekend Urban Outfitters, NASCAR, Richard Petty Motorsports partner to help Bubba Wallaces foundation Urban Outfitters, NASCAR, Richard Petty Motorsports partner to help Bubba Wallaces foundation You don’t need to know NASCAR to know Bubba Wallace. The only African American driver in the NASCAR Cup Series, Wallace has been outspoken about social injustice and his message of compassion, love and understanding. In his third full season behind-the-wheel of the iconic No. 43 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE for Richard Petty Motorsports, Wallace called for NASCAR to ban the display of the Confederate flag at its races. His call was answered, and two days later, the flag was banned at all NASCAR events and properties. From there, Wallace was shot into mainstream stardom and has...
    People outside at an Urban Outfitters store in New York City.Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading.  Salesforce —Shares of the software company surged 27% following its blowout earnings. The soon-to-be Dow member reported earnings per share of $1.44, topping estimates by 77 cents, according to Refinitiv. Revenue came in at $5.15 billion, higher than the $4.9 billion forecast on the Street. Revenue from the core Sales Cloud, which enables salespeople and managers to keep track of business, totaled $1.28 billion, growing 13% on an annualized basis. Urban Outfitters – Shares of Urban Outfitters soared nearly 22% after the apparel retailer posted a big earnings surprise. The company reported a profit of 35 cents per share for its latest quarter, compared with expectations of a 40 cents per share loss from Refinitiv. Its revenue also topped estimates on the back of an increase in digital sales.  Nordstrom — The department...
    New York (CNN Business)Many Americans are supporting the United States Postal Service by buying merch on its website -- and at least one company was taking note.Urban Outfitters had two Postal-Service-themed items for sale: a $250 sweatshirt and a $125 t-shirt, both made by streetwear company Anti Social Social Club. The sweatshirt and t-shirt included retro USPS logos and muted pastel colors.But by Tuesday afternoon, the listings were taken down.Under Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, the USPS has slowed delivery, taken high-speed letter sorters out of commission and issued a warning to election officials that mail-in ballots will no longer automatically be delivered as priority mail. The postal service also started reducing post office operating hours across several states, cut overtime for postal workers and removed some of the blue letter collection boxes.On Tuesday, DeJoy announced that he is suspending operational changes to the USPS after widespread criticism.Read MoreIf you buy...
    New York (CNN Business)Among the many traditions getting canceled by the pandemic is the annual parental headache of back-to-school clothes shopping. That's bad news for many retailers.Brands like The Gap, American Eagle, Abercrombie & Fitch, Urban Outfitters and Children's Place rely heavily on fall back-to-school shopping revenue and sales and are set to lose big this fall as many schools across America remain closed, according to a new Bank of America analysis.If most schools are shut, the bank's research group anticipates Americans will spend less on clothes this fall and more on technology and supplies for homeschooling."Kids will likely dress more casually for virtual learning than they would to attend class in-person," Bank of America wrote in its "Specialty Retail and Department Stores" report published last week. "Because of these factors, we expect the key back to school shopping period of late July through early September to be very soft."The...
    By OLIVIA HARLOW, The Santa Fe New Mexican LOS CERRILLOS, N.M. (AP) — Meandering along a dusty trail on the back of a horse, with a vast New Mexico landscape of layered mountains, red rocks and blooming claret cup cactuses spread across the horizon, one can temporarily forget the world is suffering from a pandemic. Perched on a saddle, moving with a horse’s hooves drumming against the cracked desert dirt, “There really is nothing that feels more like freedom,” said Harrold Grantham, owner of Broken Saddle Riding Company in Cerrillos. “You forget about everything going on for a while for the time that you’re out there.” As the novel coronavirus pandemic has halted tourism across the state, horseback outfitters like Grantham are facing a severe drop in business. But they’re hopeful that locals will help keep them afloat. As pent-up New Mexico residents become desperate for new activities to break...
    OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A hunting guide and a Nebraska outfitting company pleaded guilty Monday to a felony count involving the illegal transport, purchase and sale of wildlife in interstate commerce, federal prosecutors said Monday. Jacob N. Hueftle, 30, and Hidden Hills Outfitters LLC of Broken Bow, Nebraska pleaded guilty to conspiracy to violate the Lacey Act and the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, the U.S. attorney's office said in a news release. Federal prosecutors said that between September 2012 and April 2018 Hidden Hills Outfitters, Hueftle and other conspirators provided guiding and outfitting services to hunting clients for the unlawful taking of at least 97 animals in violation of Nebraska law. Sentencing is set for Oct. 5. Monday's hearing comes amid the ongoing prosecution of numerous defendants related to violations committed by owners, guides, and clients of Hidden Hills Outfitters. So far, 29 defendants have been sentenced and ordered to...
    New Hampshire investigates Merrill Lynch after clients allege $200 million in damages The Surprising Fast-Food Chain Americans Feel Most "Emotionally Connected" To BTS and Fila’s Galaxy-Inspired Capsule Is Available Exclusively at Urban Outfitters Get ready to shop, ARMY: Fila has launched the Voyager Collection, a special-edition capsule represented by global brand ambassadors BTS. © Courtesy of FILA Initially launched in South Korea earlier this year, the capsule includes a selection of apparel and accessories emblazoned with galaxy-inspired motifs, such as star signs as well as constellations. To pay homage to BTS, purple is the primary color featured in the range, with black and white serving as complementary hues. Additional design elements include a “V” logo, meant to stand for “Voyager,” as well as Fila logo hits. Styles — including T-shirts, hoodies, bucket hats and backpacks — range in price from $32 to $70 and are available to shop in...
    NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – Some river outfitters in the New Braunfels area are trying to stay afloat after they were forced to stop tube rental and shuttle services Friday as part of Gov. Greg Abbott’s latest statewide executive order. The restriction is an attempt to combat the surge in coronavirus cases in Texas. One business owner is hoping for a better solution as she tries to keep her business from going completely dry. “When you shut down and you could be open that’s when it hurts,” said River Sports co-owner Theresa Akard, who has had to come up with new ways to keep business flowing. Comal County has highest COVID-19 positivity rate since early April “The only thing we were forced to be able to do, we’re lucky enough to be able to do, is park cars for people to go tubing,” Akard said. Since Akard is allowed to rent...
    San Francisco (CNN Business)The company that owns retail chains Urban Outfitters and Anthropologie says it has changed a policy intended to combat shoplifting that allegedly resulted in the racial profiling of customers. URBN (URBN) says it previously used a theft prevention policy that instructed workers to identify potential shoplifters using code words such as "Nick," "Nicky" and "Nicole."But employees allegedly directed the code words largely at people of color who were in stores, according to a report by Buzzfeed News."It has been brought to our attention that this policy was misused," URBN said in an emailed statement. "We are deeply saddened and disturbed by the reports of racial profiling in our stores, and we profusely apologize to each and every customer who was made to feel unwelcome." In addition to eliminating code words, URBN said it would require a third-party review of store practices, make diversity training mandatory for associates...
    Texas – Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive action Friday morning that requires all rafting and tubing businesses to close, just ahead of the Fourth of July weekend. The announcement comes just one day after San Marcos River parks closed. “As I said from the start, if the positivity rate rose above 10%, the State of Texas would take further action to mitigate the spread of COVID-19,” Abbott said Friday. Texas has seen a major increase in positive coronavirus cases recently, including a record-high of 5,551 new cases on Wednesday. Gov. Greg Abbott says bars must close by noon, restaurants to scale back capacity Abbott’s executive action also requires bars to close back down, read more on that here. “The actions in this executive order are essential to our mission to swiftly contain this virus and protect public health. We want this to be as limited in duration as possible,”...
    Emmy Rossum probably won’t be shopping at Anthropologie, Urban Outfitters or Free People anymore. After fashion watchdog Instagram account Diet Prada compiled comments from former Anthropologie employees alleging that the company uses a code word to flag black shoppers for surveillance, the “Shameless” star spoke out on social media. “Hey @Anthropologie. Your policy of racial profiling is disgusting,” Rossum, 33, tweeted on Wednesday. “Your employees (US and Canada) tell stories about the codename “nick” they were directed to use when forced to profile black customers. The time for tranparency [sic],  apology and CHANGE is NOW.” View this post on Instagram A post shared by Diet Prada ™ (@diet_prada) on Jun 10, 2020 at 12:58pm PDT When one of the actress’ followers alerted her that Urban Outfitters and Free People belong to the same parent company, URBN, Rossum called out those retailers as well, saying she regrets supporting them during her...
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