Wolverine’s sales, orders are hit by European recession

Wolverine World Wide blamed the recession that is hitting many of Europe's economies for a 2.4 percent drop in its revenues to $322.8 million in the first quarter ended March 24, falling below the company's and financial analysts' expectations. The situation in Europe also affected the group's order backlog, which ...

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