Timberland’S Profits Get Booted

In the 3rd quarter, net income dropped by 25.0 percent to $69,152,000, on revenues that slid by 0.6 percent to $502,980,000. Revenues would have fallen further – by about 4.5 percent – without the company’s acquisition of Smartwool earlier this year and positive effects from foreign currencies. Sales outside of ...

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