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Revlon Inc (REV.N)

REV.N on New York Stock Exchange

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11 Nov 2019
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Revlon Reports Q2 Loss Per Share $1.20
Thursday, 8 Aug 2019 

Aug 8 (Reuters) - Revlon Inc ::REVLON REPORTS SECOND QUARTER 2019 RESULTS.Q2 SALES $570.2 MILLION VERSUS $606.8 MILLION.QTRLY LOSS PER SHARE $1.20.QTRLY ADJUSTED LOSS PER SHARE $0.99.IN NORTH AMERICA, REVLON SEGMENT NET SALES OF $134.7 MILLION IN Q2 OF 2019, DECREASED BY 9.5%.ON AUGUST 6, ENTERED INTO A NEW 4-YEAR $200 MILLION SENIOR SECURED TERM LOAN FACILITY.AS OF AUGUST 6, 2019, COMPANY HAD APPROXIMATELY $260 MILLION OF AVAILABLE LIQUIDITY.  Full Article

Newell Brands Appoints Christopher Peterson Chief Financial Officer
Monday, 26 Nov 2018 

Newell Brands Inc ::NEWELL BRANDS APPOINTS CHRISTOPHER PETERSON CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER.NEWELL BRANDS INC - CFO APPOINTMENT IS EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 3.NEWELL BRANDS INC - CHRIS PETERSON MOST RECENTLY WAS CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, OPERATIONS OF REVLON INC.  Full Article

Revlon Q3 Sales $655.4 Million
Friday, 9 Nov 2018 

Nov 9 (Reuters) - Revlon Inc ::REVLON REPORTS THIRD QUARTER 2018 RESULTS AND ANNOUNCES 2018 OPTIMIZATION PROGRAM.Q3 SALES $655.4 MILLION VERSUS $666.5 MILLION.QTRLY LOSS PER SHARE $0.21.QTRLY ADJUSTED EARNINGS PER SHARE $0.14.REVLON - ANNOUNCING 2018 OPTIMIZATION PROGRAM, EXPECTED TO DELIVER IN RANGE OF ABOUT $125 MILLION TO $150 MILLION OF ANNUALIZED COST REDUCTIONS BY END OF 2019.2018 OPTIMIZATION PROGRAM WILL LEAD TO SOME HEADCOUNT REDUCTIONS.IN NORTH AMERICA, ELIZABETH ARDEN SEGMENT NET SALES WERE $40.3 MILLION IN Q3 OF 2018, AN INCREASE OF 8.9%.REVLON - EXPECTS TO RECORD IN Q4 OF 2018 AN ESTIMATED PRE-TAX RESTRUCTURING CHARGE OF ABOUT $8 MILLION TO $10 MILLION, WITH BALANCE TO BE RECOGNIZED IN 2019.IN CONNECTION WITH IMPLEMENTING 2018 OPTIMIZATION PROGRAM, CO EXPECTS TO RECOGNIZE ABOUT $30 MILLION TO $40 MILLION OF CHARGES.  Full Article

Revlon Qtrly Loss Per Share $2.32
Thursday, 9 Aug 2018 

Aug 9 (Reuters) - Revlon Inc ::REVLON REPORTS SECOND QUARTER 2018 RESULTS.Q2 SALES $606.8 MILLION VERSUS $645.7 MILLION.QTRLY LOSS PER SHARE $2.32.QTRLY ADJUSTED DILUTED LOSS PER COMMON SHARE $1.54.  Full Article

Revlon Says Appoints Debra Perelman President & CEO
Wednesday, 23 May 2018 

May 23 (Reuters) - Revlon Inc ::REVLON - NAMED DEBRA G. PERELMAN PRESIDENT & CEO, EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.REVLON NAMES DEBRA PERELMAN PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER.  Full Article

Revlon Names Debra Perelman President And Chief Executive Officer
Wednesday, 23 May 2018 

May 23 (Reuters) - Revlon Inc ::REVLON NAMES DEBRA PERELMAN PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER.REVLON INC - NAMED DEBRA G. PE PERELMAN PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.  Full Article

Revlon Reports Qtrly Adjusted Loss Per Share Of $1.43
Thursday, 10 May 2018 

May 10 (Reuters) - Revlon Inc ::REVLON REPORTS FIRST QUARTER 2018 RESULTS.Q1 SALES $560.7 MILLION VERSUS $594.9 MILLION.QTRLY LOSS PER SHARE $1.71.QTRLY LOSS PER SHARE $1.71.QTRLY ADJUSTED LOSS PER SHARE $1.43.REVLON SEGMENT NET SALES IN Q1 OF 2018 WERE $229.1 MILLION, A 6.0% DECREASE.ELIZABETH ARDEN SEGMENT NET SALES IN Q1 OF 2018 WERE $105.7 MILLION, A 10.4% INCREASE.  Full Article

Revlon, Units Entered Into Amendment And Restatement Of Revolving Credit Agreement
Friday, 20 Apr 2018 

April 19 (Reuters) - Revlon Inc ::REVLON SAYS ON APRIL 17, CO, UNITS ENTERED INTO AMENDMENT AND RESTATEMENT OF PRODUCTS CORPORATION'S ASSET-BASED REVOLVING CREDIT AGREEMENT-SEC FILING.REVLON - PURSUANT TO AMENDMENT, NEW $41.5 MILLION SENIOR SECURED FIRST IN, LAST OUT TRANCHE WAS ESTABLISHED UNDER AMENDED REVOLVING CREDIT FACILITY.REVLON - PURSUANT TO AMENDMENT EXISTING $400 MILLION TRANCHE UNDER EXISTING REVOLVING CREDIT FACILITY BECAME A SENIOR SECURED LAST IN, FIRST OUT TRANCHE.  Full Article

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