The Wildcat Starts To Jump Again

News of the deal with Hussein Chalayan came just hours after Puma issued better-than-expected results for 2007. Robust sales and juicy margins in the last quarter of 2007 sharply lifted the company’s performance for the year, in spite of the downturn in the American market and the lack of large-scale ...

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