Calvin Klein Inc.’s growth streak shows no signs of abating.
Since Phillips-Van Heusen Corp. acquired the designer brand in 2003, CKI’s volume has nearly doubled from less than $3 billion to $5.4 billion in 2007 — and is on track to double again in the next five years, consistently outperforming its goal to grow 10 percent annually. Even the lackluster economy hasn’t significantly dampened Calvin Klein’s boom, which is heavily fueled by international retail expansion.
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