US: Iconix raises FY guidance on Lee Cooper buy
By Leonie Barrie | 20 February 2013
Iconix Brand Group Inc, which owns and licenses brands including Candie's and Umbro, has raised its full-year profit and sales guidance after buying European denim brand Lee Cooper.
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