US: Under Armour raises FY outlook on footwear sales
By just-style.com | 29 July 2008
Even though lower margins and higher marketing costs have pushed Under Armour Inc to a 75.4% drop in second quarter profit, the performance apparel and footwear maker has raised its outlook for the year.
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