Faster-growing Timberland Will Boost European Marketing

The company, which celebrated its 30th birthday last year, is 4 times younger than Wolverine World Wide but bigger and more profitable. Its global sales rose by 12.7 percent last year to $1,342.1 million, or by 8.0 percent in constant dollars and the momentum is still on, allowing the management ...

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