NEW YORK — Strong holiday sales combined with cost controls to lift fourth-quarter profits for multichannel retailer Coldwater Creek.
The Sandpoint, Idaho-based firm, which sells women’s apparel and accessories through catalogs, the Internet and 43 retail stores, reported income for the two-month period ended Feb. 1 of $1.5 million, or 9 cents a diluted share, reversing a loss of $963,000, or 6 cents. Overall sales for the quarter rose 29.7 percent to 114.5 million over $88.3 million.
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