Michael Kors' income jumps 50%

Michael Kors reported a 50 percent rise in net income for the first quarter due to surprisingly strong sales overseas. The luxury retailer plans to open 55 new stores in Europe in 2015. However, a slowing growth in same-store sales may signify a saturation of the brand in the U.S. market. Story

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