US: Perry Ellis posts 36% Q1 profit decline
By just-style.com | 29 May 2009
Apparel retail group Perry Ellis International recorded a 36% fall in first quarter profits to US$5.8m, but beat expectations despite a 9.7% revenue decline.
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