zulily, inc. operates as an online retailer in the United States, Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom, and internationally. The company provides merchandise to moms purchasing for their children, themselves, and their homes. Its merchandise includes men’s, women’s, and children’s apparel, accessories, and shoes; children’s merchandise, such as infant gear, sports equipment, toys, and books; and other merchandise comprising kitchen accessories, home décor, entertainment, electronics, pet accessories, and health and beauty products. The company offers its products through a flash sales model using its desktop and mobile Websites, and mobile applications. zulily, inc. was founded in 2009 and ...
2601 Elliott Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121
Founded in 2009
zulily, Inc.(NasdaqGM:ZU) dropped from NASDAQ Composite Index
Oct 4 15
zulily, Inc. will be removed from Nasdaq Composite Index.
zulily, Inc.(NasdaqGM:ZU) dropped from NASDAQ Internet Index
Oct 4 15
zulily, Inc. will be removed from NASDAQ Internet Index.
Zulily Shareholders File Class Action over Sale to QVC
Sep 24 15
Shareholders of Zulily are suing the company because they believe shareholders deserved a higher payout from the $2.4 billion sale to QVC's parent company. Since the sale Aug. 17, 2015 to Liberty Interactive Corp., shareholders Scott Mao, Karan Jugal and Patrick Pisano have all filed class action complaints, citing unfair terms. At issue is Zulily's Sept. 1, 2015 filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, recommending Zulily shareholders sell their shares for $18.75, a huge drop from the $70 the shares were valued at early this year. Mao claims in his filing that Zulily's Sept. 1, 2015 SEC notice was incomplete and misleading, as does Jugal.