FINDLAY, Ohio-Continued ``very sound'' demand for its replacement tires helped Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. boost second-quarter earnings 14.3 percent to $27.5 million, compared with the year-earlier period, as sales climbed 12.6 percent to $329.3 million. The Findlay-based tire maker also reported gains in the first half of 1994 that included a 9.6-percent jump in earnings to $53.9 million on a 14.9-percent leap in sales to $658.5 million.
COOPER'S SALES JUMP 13% IN 2ND QUARTER
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