The company said it has been working through a legacy issue related to its former tannery operation and disposal sites.
For more reasons than one, Wolverine Worldwide is upbeat on tax reform.
A recent FDRA conference explored the newest materials and ideas in the footwear biz.
The Wolverine boss urged company leaders to reevaluate everything they do.
The company posted its fourth-quarter results today.
Sales are expected to slip 7 percent year-over-year.
FN looks at how major footwear companies are finding a competitive edge with cutting-edge offices designed to host future leaders.
Wolverine Worldwide’s stock gets an upgrade; Nike enters the ring with WWE for a battle over trademarks.