Lululemon To Replace CEO

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On Monday, the company announced that CEO Christine Day will step down once a replacement is found. This comes after an embarrassing year for the company which makes fashionable yoga-wear. A recent recall of see-through plants could cost the company $40 million.

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Lululemon announced yesterday that chief executive Christine Day will step down once a replacement is found. This comes after an embarrassing year for the company, which makes fashionable yoga-wear. This spring, it was forced to recall excessively see-through pants. The company says the recall could cost up to $40 million.

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