Revlon Staves Off Bankruptcy, Reports Q3 With Notes Of Optimism
Revlon’s net sales fell approximately 20% to $477.1m in the third quarter, but the performance represents a sequential improvement compared with the second quarter, CEO Debra Perelman noted in a call with analysts. Having successfully closed a senior debt exchange offer on 13 November, Revlon will enter 2021 fully focused on strategic execution, she said.
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