In the money: Innovation lets Under Armour lift price points
By Petah Marian | 28 October 2011
Innovation has not only allowed performance-apparel maker Under Armour to charge a premium for its products, but has also helped the company to a 32% hike in third quarter profit, it said earlier this week.
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