By  on July 30, 2008

Maternity apparel retailer Mothers Work Inc. reported Tuesday that it quadrupled its profits for the third quarter, but forecast a fourth-quarter loss aggravated by restructuring costs and a new $7 million stock repurchasing plan.

Effective through July 2010, the repurchase program will give the company “excellent flexibility” at a time when it is also trying to reduce its debt, according to chief operating officer Edward M. Krell. In June, the company prepaid $8 million of its senior secured term loan, bringing to $13 million the amount prepaid since March.

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