INSIGHT: Urban Outfitters eyes growth on upbeat Q3
By Leonie Barrie | 13 November 2009
Strong sales at its Anthropologie chain have combined with inventory and cost controls to help lifestyle retailer Urban Outfitters Inc to a 5.2% rise in third-quarter earnings - and prompted the company to suggest its new store growth will get back on track next year.
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