Lululemon's contrarian strategy pays off

Christine Day, CEO of Canadian retailer Lululemon Athletica, went against the grain during the economic downturn, and her efforts appear to be paying off. Day went forward with merchandise expansion plans and invested in new technology to better track inventory. Lululemon, which focuses on high-end yoga wear, said recently it is boosting its profit target for the third quarter because of strong sales.

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