Signature Eyewear will need to find a way to replace...

Signature Eyewear will need to find a way to replace $4 million it generated last year from its Eddie Bauer license, which ended Dec. 31. The company, based in California, plans to compensate for lost revenue from the license by raising sales to independent optical outlets, upping its efforts to ...

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