US: Columbia Q3 profit up 4% but order backlog flat
By just-style.com | 26 October 2007
Helped by double digit growth in Columbia brand outerwear in the US and Canada, outdoor apparel and footwear maker Columbia Sportswear Company has posted a 4% rise in third quarter profit and says it plans to expand its US retail outlet stores.
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