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Jockey International, Inc. Revenue and Financial Data

Jockey International has nothing to do with horses and everything to do with the classic men's brief (its invention). The nearly 140-year-old company makes men's, women's, and children's underwear and loungewear. Its products are sold through thousands of department and specialty stores the likes of Bloomingdale's and JCPenney. Jockey International licenses and distributes its apparel in more than 120 countries and holds numerous licensing agreements. Chairman and CEO Debra Waller and her family own the company. Jockey International was founded by Samuel Cooper in 1876 as a hosiery company intended to relieve lumberjacks of blisters and infections resulting from shoddy wool socks.

Financials Information for Jockey International, Inc.

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Income Statement
Revenue $417.5
Gross Profit $0
Operating Income $0
Net Income $0
Diluted EPS $0

Credit Rating

Low
These businesses have a low projected risk of delinquency and a moderate to low risk of failure.

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