US: Carter's warns on costs as Q4 profit up 5.8%
By just-style.com | 3 March 2011
Strong wholesale and retail demand for its Carter's and OshKosh B'gosh brands has helped Carter's Inc to a 5.8% rise in fourth quarter profit - but the children's wear maker warned that higher product costs are likely to dent earnings in the year ahead.
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