US: Liz Claiborne lowers FY 2012 earnings forecast
By Richard Woodard | 10 January 2012
Lifestyle brand business Liz Claiborne Inc has lowered its full-year earnings guidance despite announcing strong comparable sales increases for two of its brands in pre-Christmas trading.
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