Wolverine’s online sales jump by 96%

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Wolverine Worldwide posted better-than-expected sales in the second quarter, as the impact of the coronavirus-related retail lockdown was partly offset by a growth of 96 percent in the group’s own e-commerce operations, representing more than 40 percent of revenues during the period. Merrell, Saucony and work footwear brands like Wolverine ...

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