US: Wolverine to cut 450 jobs, restructure supply chain
By just-style.com | 8 January 2009
Footwear maker Wolverine World Wide Inc, which owns the Hush Puppies, Merrell and Sebago brands, is to cut 450 jobs as part of a restructuring of its global supply chain.
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