US: Warnaco cuts FY guidance as Q2 profit slumps
By Richard Woodard | 7 August 2012
Apparel group Warnaco has cut its full-year projections for revenues and earnings after second quarter profit slumped 79%, hit by a $12m charge linked to its 2008 sale of lingerie brand Lejaby.
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