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Prestige Brands

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Executive Summary

Revenue for firm's personal-care segment, which includes Denorex dandruff shampoos, Prell hair care and Cutex nail-care products, totaled $4.5 million in the fourth quarter, or $1.3 million less than the comparable prior-year quarter, Prestige reports during year-end earnings call. For summer, company will introduce a manicure pen to its Cutex line as it continues to "seek value-added ways to differentiate ourselves from private-label competition in the nail polish remover category." Additionally, brand will return to "iconic" clear bottle for its Cutex liquid business. Prestige Brands' net Q4 sales rose 3% to $80.4 million and net income grew 24% to $10.4 million, firm notes. For fiscal 2008, Prestige Brands' net revenue grew 3 % to $326.6 million, though net income fell 6 % to $33.9 million due to a favorable tax benefit in 2007...

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