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Dillard's Same-Store Sales, Earnings Decline For 4Q, Fiscal Year

Dillard's Same-Store Sales, Earnings Decline For 4Q, Fiscal Year

Dillard's Inc. of Little Rock reports a 6 percent decline in fourth-quarter same-store sales amid what its CEO called "mall traffic declines from continued retail industry challenges."
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Wal-Mart Earnings Fall, But Online Sales, In-Store Traffic Rise

Wal-Mart says fourth-quarter earnings fell nearly 18 percent, hurt by its investments in e-commerce and stores.
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America's Car-Mart Misses 3Q Profit Forecasts

America's Car-Mart Inc. on reports fiscal third-quarter profit of $2.8 million. CEO Hank Henderson said the company was "disappointed" with its top line for the quarter.
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