Wolverine goes up in quarter, but Merrell goes down

After a relatively good first quarter, Merrell registered a decline in the second quarter ended on June 16, as compared to the same period a year ago, in spite of high double-digit growth for its new M-Connect line. However, the management of its parent company, Wolverine Worldwide, is confident that ...

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