US: Deckers Q1 profit up 7.3%, but expects Q2 loss
By just-style.com | 4 May 2011
Ugg boot owner Deckers Outdoor Corporation has booked a higher first quarter profit following a major increase in sales for its Ugg and Teva brands.
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