The Polet Effect
The Gucci Group has outperformed even its own expectations. Here's how six of the ten brands have fared.
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Endlessly high heels, exotic leathers including python, and a business turnaround have spiked this brand's performance, restoring it to profitability.
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Last updated January 09 2008: 10:32 AM ET
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Ridiculed as an ice cream salesman when he took the reins of the Gucci Group in 2004, Robert Polet is proving that a fat bottom line is the ultimate fashion statement. (
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