By  on November 11, 2009

American Apparel Inc. posted a 78 percent pickup in third-quarter profits as a shift toward the higher margin retail component of its business helped offset a decline in wholesale revenues.

Year-over-year comparisons benefited from stock-based compensation expense in the 2008 quarter related to an earlier merger.

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