US: Deckers Outdoor reports 23% Q4 profit decline
By Katie Smith | 1 March 2013
Deckers Outdoor Corporation, the maker of Ugg boots and Teva sandals, says it expects to post a loss during its first-quarter after reporting a decline in fourth-quarter profit.
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