Wolverine delivers strong Q4 results; Merrell and Saucony with record annual revenue


Wolverine Worldwide swung to a better-than-expected annual profit and narrowed final-quarter losses, boosted by its recent acquisition of Sweaty Betty, the U.K.-based brand of women’s fitness apparel, and it forecast sales growth of 15-18 percent for 2022.

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