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Claire's Shares Glow in the Dark
By Nathan Parmelee
April 18, 2005

With the excitement of earnings season all around, it's easy to overlook a good company that happens to participate on a different fiscal schedule. It's even easier to lose sight of a good company if the company makes its money by selling plastic trinkets for $4 a pop and has a relatively small, $2 billion market cap. If you haven't guessed by now, the overlooked company is Claire's Stores (NYSE: CLE).

Late last week, amid all the earnings releases, Claire's filed its 10-K with the SEC, and the company continues to look strong as teenage girls and young women scoop up its low-priced offerings by the handful...
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