By  on May 7, 2014

BERLIN — Retail expansion, combined with higher marketing expenses and costs relating to a new distribution center, put pressure on first-quarter earnings at German men’s wear giant Hugo Boss.

Net income was flat at 81.6 million euros or $111.8 million, and earnings before interest and taxes slipped 2 percent to 108.7 million euros, or $149 million. Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization before special items were down 1 percent to 131.3 million euros, or $179.9 million.

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