US: Perry Ellis sees "progress" despite 37% Q1 profit drop
By Leonie Barrie | 17 May 2012
Apparel firm Perry Ellis International Inc today (17 May) said it was "pleased" with its first quarter, after efforts to overhaul its brands "made progress", and falling earnings and sales both came in ahead of expectations.
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