US: Men's Wearhouse cuts outlook on lower Q2 profit
By Katie Smith | 12 September 2013
Men's apparel retailer Men's Wearhouse has lowered its full-year earnings guidance, after one-off charges and a shift in tuxedo rental revenues weighed on second-quarter net profit.
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