SYDNEY, Australia — Law firm Slater & Gordon Ltd said on Thursday it was preparing a class action lawsuit against Australian surfwear company Billabong International Ltd over alleged misleading conduct in information disclosure.
SYDNEY, Australia — Billabong International Ltd., Australia’s largest surfwear company, posted its fourth consecutive half-yearly loss after A$65.6 million ($59 million) of one-time costs compounded a 4.6 percent fall in sales.
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Once flying high, Australia’s iconic ‘big three’ surf brands – Rip Curl, Quiksilver and Billabong – now face shrinking sales and mounting debts. What went wrong?
GOLD COAST, Australia — Billabong International Ltd., the unprofitable Australian surfwear company, accepted a refinancing proposal from a group including Oaktree Capital Management LP and Centerbridge Partners LP, saying it offered better terms than a rival plan to repay debt.
BURLEIGH HEADS, Australia — Billabong International Ltd., the Australian surfwear company that’s already fielded five takeover and refinancing proposals since February 2012, said Coastal Capital International Ltd. is seeking a board shakeup.
SYDNEY, Australia — Billabong International Ltd., the Australian surfwear company whose shares fell by more than half over the past year, posted a loss more than three times its market value and said its core brand was worthless.
GREENSBORO, United States — VF Corp., the world’s largest apparel maker, dropped its pursuit of Billabong International Ltd.’s surf brand and stores because the Australian company wanted more than VF thought it was worth.
SYDNEY, Australia — Australia's takeover regulator declined a request from Oaktree Capital Management and Centerbridge Partners to delay a $359 million refinancing deal surfwear for company Billabong International Ltd on anti-trust concerns.