US: Strong sales help J Crew double Q3 profit
By just-style.com | 25 November 2009
Upscale US fashion retailer J Crew Group has more than doubled its third quarter profit, thanks to higher full-price sales of its trend-right merchandise, but says it remains cautious in its outlook for the holiday period.
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