Jones Bootmaker's strategy of buying more branded merchandise paid off,...

Jones Bootmaker's strategy of buying more branded merchandise paid off, with the British retail company reporting a huge increase in operating profit before amortization (Ebitda) for the year ended Jan. 10. That figure was £4 million (€4.8m-$6.1m), compared with £1.4 million the previous year. Preliminary figures show that sales for ...

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