USA: Shoe Maker Saucony Lifts Outlook
By just-style.com | 17 October 2002
Sports shoe producer Saucony Inc on Thursday announced it anticipates its third quarter earnings to be far better than expected due to the success of domestic technical footwear business. The Massachusetts-based company said in a short news release now expects earnings of 22 cents to 24 cents a share, up from previous guidance of nine cents to 12 cents. The firm earned six cents a share in 2001.
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