US: Cherokee Q4 profit rises despite sales fall
By Petah Marian | 13 April 2012
Brand management company Cherokee has seen its fourth-quarter and full-year sales fall following declines in the sale of Cherokee branded products at Tesco and the non-renewal of its Norma Kamali license with Wal-Mart.
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