UK: Ted Baker sales surge 20.9% over the festive period
By Leonie Barrie | 9 January 2013
Fashion retailer Ted Baker today (9 January) booked a bumper 20.9% jump in retail sales over the festive period, and reiterated its full-year profit forecast.
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