Toro sees record sales

Is everyone out buying a snowblower right now? The Business Journal says Toro smashed the Street's expectations with record sales. The company's profits are up 55 percent for the fourth quarter.
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Is everyone out buying a snowblower right now? The Business Journal says Toro smashed the Street's expectations with record sales. The company's profits are up 55 percent for the fourth quarter.

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