Wolverine World Wide
- Revenue of $215.7 million and EPS of $0.21 exceeded analysts' estimates.
- 2005 revenue expected to come in between $1.045 and $1.065 billion and earnings expected to be between $1.22 and $1.27 a share.
(Figures in thousands, except per-share data)
Income Statement Highlights (What's this?)
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Margin Checkup (What's this?)
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Balance Sheet Highlights (What's this?)
|Assets||Q2 2005||Q2 2004||% Change|
|Cash+ ST Invest.||$74,779||$63,560||+17.7%|
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Rocky Shoes and Boots
- Wolverine walks the walk over the long haul.
- Retailers sure have been hitting the trails lately.
- Wolverine has had to claw its way to growth.
- Meanwhile, Timberland has been scaling new heights.
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