US: Debt costs offset soaring sales at Neiman Marcus
By Leonie Barrie | 14 September 2011
Despite seeing a double-digit hike in fourth quarter revenues as luxury spending rebounds, upscale retailer Neiman Marcus Inc has nearly doubled its losses on costs incurred for refinancing some of its debt.
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