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*Q3 North America sales down 24 pct at $493 mln. April 28- Coach Inc reported its worst decline in sales in seven quarters in North America, raising concerns that the handbag and accessories maker's turnaround efforts were failing to gain traction in a highly competitive market. The maker of Poppy handbags has been losing out to newer entrants such as Michael Kors...
April 28- Coach Inc's sales in North America fell for the seventh straight quarter due to weak demand for its handbag and accessories, raising concerns that the company's turnaround efforts were failing to gain traction. Same-store sales in North America, the company's biggest market, fell 23 percent. Coach has been losing out to newer entrants such as Michael...
April 28- Handbag and accessories maker Coach Inc's quarterly sales fell short of estimates due to continued weak demand for its products in North America, its biggest market. Sales in North America fell 24 percent to $493 million in the third quarter ended March 28, marking the seventh straight quarter of decline. Coach, which was founded in a Manhattan loft in...
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The strike at Stella International Holdings Ltd's Xing Ang factory in the city of Dongguan started on Sunday with workers concerned about government housing fund contributions and payouts. The strike involved 5,000 to 6,000 people, according to activists and a worker, making it one of China's biggest strikes at a factory since April last year when about...