Skechers’ Bottom Line Is Lifted By Progress Abroad And By Disinvestments

Investors in the California-based company had not expected such good results, considering the uncertain market situation in the USA. Skechers reported an increase in net income of 12 percent to $24.744 million in the third quarter of 2007. The company, saved $4 million in the quarter by stopping its under-performing ...

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