Stein Mart, Inc. (SMRTQ)
|Net Income (ttm)||-80.15M|
|Trading Day||Dec 24, 2021|
|Day's Range||0.0110 - 0.0150|
|52-Week Range||0.01 - 0.895|
The company recently acquired Radio Shack, Pier 1 and Dress Barn.
Stein Mart, the bankrupt discount department store, is being given a second life by the same company that recently purchased Pier 1 Imports.
Stein Mart Is Latest Brand Added to Retail Ecommerce Ventures' Stable; Site Expected to be Re-Launched in Early 2021
MIAMI, Dec. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- On the heels of its purchase of the Radio Shack brand and re-launch of Dress Barn and Pier 1 Imports into online-only businesses, Retail Ecommerce Ventures ...
Retail Ecommerce Ventures will pay roughly $6 million for Stein Mart's intellectual property, with plans to relaunch the off-price retailer online next year.
NEW YORK, Nov. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Hilco Streambank, a leading intellectual property advisory firm specializing in the valuation and sale of intangible assets, announced the sale of the i...
A&G Now Marketing Leases for 280 Stein Mart Stores, Plus Distribution Centers and Offices, in Connection with Chain's Bankruptcy
MELVILLE, N.Y., Sept. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- A&G Real Estate Partners (A&G) has begun marketing leases for approximately 280 store locations across the United States that are being closed by...
Stein Mart, a specialty omnichannel off-price retailer, offers designer and name-brand fashion apparels, home décor merchandise, accessories, and shoes at everyday discount prices in the United States. The company's stores also provides endless aisle, a mobile technology to locate products; a SMart Rewards loyalty program; co-branded and private label credit card programs; and electronic gift cards. As of June 3, 2020, it operated 281 stores in 30 states. The company also sells its products through an online retail selling site. Stein Mart, In... [Read more...]
|IPO Date |
Apr 22, 1992
D. Hunt Hawkins
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In 2019, Stein Mart's revenue was $1.24 billion, a decrease of -2.85% compared to the previous year's $1.27 billion. Losses were -$10.46 million, 69.6% more than in 2018.