Chemicals and coronavirus weigh on Wolverine’s results

The group’s two biggest footwear brands, Merrell and Sperry, helped Wolverine Worldwide finish the last year on a high in terms of revenues, with both of them scoring growth in the mid-teens for the fourth quarter ended on Dec. 28. The company also benefited from an acceleration in direct-to-consumer sales ...

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