Wolverine rides higher

The divestiture of Sebago and the military business caused a 3.9 percent decline in sales at Wolverine Worldwide, down to $558.6 million, in its third quarter ended on Sept. 29. On a comparable basis, sales inched up by 0.5 percent, but they were up by 1.5 percent excluding the leather ...

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