Easton-Bell Sports had a 59 percent drop in net income...

Easton-Bell Sports had a 59 percent drop in net income to $975,000 from $2.4 million for the first quarter ended April 4, even though sales grew by 1.5 percent to $184.9 million. This translates to sales growth of 4.3 percent in constant currencies. The quarterly gross margin fell by 0.9 ...

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