More Bad Results At Timberland

Timberland’s net income decreased by 33.4 percent to $24,107,000 during the 4th quarter ended on Dec. 31 and by 60.5 percent to $39,999,000 million for the full year. Jeffrey B. Swartz, Timberland’s president and chief executive officer, admitted that the results were below standard and unacceptable.

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