Phoenix Footwear had a drop in sales from continuing operations...

Phoenix Footwear had a drop in sales from continuing operations of 9.6 percent to $17.9 million for the second quarter. Sales dropped by 4 percent in footwear sales and by 14 percent for accessories. Double-digit growth at Tommy Bahama did not offset these losses. For the quarter ended June 28, ...

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