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    dELiA*s gets a new chief

    The board of directors of dELiA*s Inc. has appointed Walter Killough CEO. Killough previously worked as the teenage girls’ and young women’s apparel retailer’s chief operating officer.

    Posted 05/10/2010Internet RetailerPost a comment

    The board of directors of dELiA*s Inc. has appointed Walter Killough CEO. Killough previously worked as the teenage girls’ and young women’s apparel retailer’s chief operating officer.

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    Youth apparel retailer dELIA’s posts grown-up web sales

    All three sales channels posted an increase in first quarter revenue at dELIA’s Inc., but it was the web that grew the most. E-commerce sales increased 12.8% vs. 11.1% for total revenue and 10% for retail sales.

    Posted 05/29/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    All three sales channels posted an increase in first quarter revenue at dELIA’s Inc., but it was the web that grew the most. E-commerce sales increased 12.8% vs. 11.1% for total revenue and 10% for retail sales.
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    Web sales at dELiA*s grow up in Q2

    E-commerce sales at dELiA*s in the second quarter totaled $28.1 million, up 12.4% from web sales of $25 million in the second quarter of 2007. Total Q2 revenue rose year-over-year by 10.9% to $58.1 million from $52.4 million in the prior year.

    Posted 09/03/2008Bill BriggsPost a comment

    E-commerce sales at dELiA*s in the second quarter totaled $28.1 million, up 12.4% from web sales of $25 million in the second quarter of 2007. Total Q2 revenue rose year-over-year by 10.9% to $58.1 million from $52.4 million in the prior year.
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    Annual store sales outpace the Internet at dELiA’s

    The Internet now accounts for almost one-half of all sales at dELiA’s, but stores were the fastest growing channel in 2007. Store sales grew by 16.5% while e-commerce revenue rose 8%.

    Posted 04/16/2008Bill BriggsPost a comment

    The Internet now accounts for almost one-half of all sales at dELiA’s, but stores were the fastest growing channel in 2007. Store sales grew by 16.5% while e-commerce revenue rose 8%.
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    dELiA’s Inc. names Michele Donnan Martin president of dELiA’s brand

    Michele Donnan Martin, a former executive of American Eagle Outfitters and Abercrombie & Fitch, will develop the multi-channel branding strategy targeting teenage consumers for the dELiA’s brand’s web, catalog and store operations.

    Posted 01/28/2008Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Michele Donnan Martin, a former executive of American Eagle Outfitters and Abercrombie & Fitch, will develop the multi-channel branding strategy targeting teenage consumers for the dELiA’s brand’s web, catalog and store operations.
  • DELiA’s Q2 web sales up 2% year-over-year

    Teen clothing and accessories retailer dELiA’s reports total second quarter revenue increased 7.3% to $52.4 million compared with same-quarter 2006 sales. Catalog sales continue to lag, down 14% year-over-year for the quarter and the first six months.

    Posted 09/05/2007Bill BriggsPost a comment

    Teen clothing and accessories retailer dELiA’s reports total second quarter revenue increased 7.3% to $52.4 million compared with same-quarter 2006 sales. Catalog sales continue to lag, down 14% year-over-year for the quarter and the first six months.
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    Football maven joins board of youth-oriented e-retailer dELiA’s

    Multi-channel apparel and accessories retailer dELiA’s Inc., which caters to youths aged 12 to 19, has appointed Gene Washington, director of football operations for the NFL, to its board of directors.

    Posted 10/02/2006Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Multi-channel apparel and accessories retailer dELiA’s Inc., which caters to youths aged 12 to 19, has appointed Gene Washington, director of football operations for the NFL, to its board of directors.
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    Multi-channel retailer dELiA*s grows web sales 31% in Q2

    Reflecting the fact that dELiA*s young market prefers shopping online over other channels, the web accounted for 50.4% of all dELiA*s sales in the second quarter vs. 43.4% in Q2 2005. Q2 web sales rose 30.8% while total sales grew by 12.7%.

    Posted 09/08/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Reflecting the fact that dELiA*s young market prefers shopping online over other channels, the web accounted for 50.4% of all dELiA*s sales in the second quarter vs. 43.4% in Q2 2005. Q2 web sales rose 30.8% while total sales grew by 12.7%.
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    Young shoppers help dELiA*s web sales jump in Q1

    The Internet was the fastest growing channel for the multi-channel apparel retailer in the first quarter. Web sales rose 26.1% while total sales grew by just 16%.

    Posted 06/14/2006Mark BrohanPost a comment

    The Internet was the fastest growing channel for the multi-channel apparel retailer in the first quarter. Web sales rose 26.1% while total sales grew by just 16%.
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    Alloy nears the end of spinning off dELiA*s

    Apparel and accessories retailer Alloy Inc. is close to spinning off dELiA*s. The new company will begin trading on NASDAQ as dELiA*s Inc. next week.

    Posted 12/14/2005Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Apparel and accessories retailer Alloy Inc. is close to spinning off dELiA*s. The new company will begin trading on NASDAQ as dELiA*s Inc. next week.

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