NEW YORK — PVH Corp. believes it can move the Calvin Klein Jeans business back to profitability next year despite continuing softness in southern Europe.
During a conference call Tuesday morning to discuss second-quarter financial results, Emanuel Chirico, chairman and chief executive officer of the apparel giant, sidestepped an analyst’s questions about other plans for Calvin Klein apparel in Europe momentarily to discuss the critical importance of righting the jeans business acquired as part of the purchase of Warnaco Group for $2.9 billion earlier this year.
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