US: Fifth & Pacific Q4 dampened by Juicy Couture
By Petah Marian | 14 January 2013
Fifth & Pacific has admitted Superstorm Sandy and disappointing Juicy Couture sales have hit the company's fourth-quarter performance, but expects full-year EBITDA to reach the low end of its guidance.
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