Skechers turns around in the quarter

 In the first quarter, Skechers booked a 28.6 percent increase in overall group sales to $451.6 million, with double-digit growth for all the sales channels, but its second-quarter results are likely to be affected by the early Easter holiday, which fell in the first quarter, and back-to-school deliveries shifting into ...

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