NEW YORK — Tropical Sportswear International Corp. kicked off 2003 with a first-quarter loss, including charges, and the exit of some of its noncore businesses.
The Tampa, Fla.-based bottoms maker — which owns the Savane, Farah, Bay to Bay, Flyers and The Original Khaki Co. brands, among others — said it would end its licensing agreement with Swiss Army Brands Inc. to produce the Victorinox apparel label and also exit its Duck Head retail outlet business as leases expire.
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