US: Kellwood Q1 profit drops 20%, names new CFO
By just-style.com | 11 June 2007
Apparel maker Kellwood Company has posted a 19.6% drop in first quarter profit on lower sales and higher costs relating to the acquisition of the Vince and Hollywould brands.
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