Better results for Johnson's outdoor segment

Cost-cutting and unseasonably warm weather conditions helped Johnson Outdoors to turn around to a net profit of $1,167,000 in its fourth quarter ended Oct. 2 from a loss of $876,000 in the year-ago period. Sales increased by one percent to $85.7 million in the seasonally slow period, rising strongly in ...

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