Cooper’s future CEO eyes a 32% Ebit margin

CooperVision's revenues increased by 14 percent to $444.8 million in the first quarter of its financial year, ended Jan. 31. On a comparable pro forma basis, excluding foreign currency gains and the acquisition of Paragon in December, its sales grew by 7.6 percent, with increases of about 9 percent in ...

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