USA: Bebe Profit Hit By Costs Of Trademark Battle
Women's clothing retailer Bebe Stores Inc on Thursday reported a fall in second quarter net income to $10.8 million from $12.3m in the year-ago period due to the costs of a successful trademark battle. The California-based operator of 178 stores said net sales edged up 2.1 per cent to $100.8m from $98.7m in 2001 but added same-store sales for the quarter fell 8.1 per cent. It attributed the rise in total sales to the opening of 18 new stores.
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