USA: Financial Roundup
Marisa Christina Incorporated Marisa Christina Incorporated (Nasdaq: MRSA), which designs, manufactures, sources and markets a broad line of high quality clothing for women and children, reported a 150 per cent improvement for the first quarter ended 31 March 2001. Net income was $236,000 over first quarter 2000 net loss of $476,000. Net sales were $8.7 million compared with $17.6 million in the comparable quarter of 2000, a 50.5% decrease that is attributed to the sale of the Flapdoodles division in December 2000. The first quarter 2000 net sales included $7.1 million from the Flapdoodles division.
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