Family Dollar ( FDO ) CEO Howard Levine had strong words on the economic state of America ..... s woes: "The leadership, to say the least, is questionable at Family Dollar and it's been that way for many years." Post your comment!
demand from lower-income consumers in the U.S. by the company falls in line with trends being seen at Wal-Mart and Family Dollar . Analysts warn the earnings misfires could spill over to other retailers. On watch: Aaron's ( AAN ), Conn's ( CONN
July 10 (Reuters) - Discount retailer Family Dollar Stores Inc , under pressure from activist investor Carl Icahn to sell itself, said its profit fell by a third as the company cleared inventory ahead of planned store closures and competition intensified.
The reads from major retailers on the spending habits of U.S. consumers varies widely with Wal-Mart and Family Dollar warning on the low-end, while pockets of strength have been seen at department stores, some specialty retailers, and
Family Dollar ( FDO ) says it plans to close 370 under-performing stores by the end of this fiscal year. In FY14, the company will expand its space committed to coolers. A multi-year rollout of beer and wine products is also on tap. FDO -0.5% premarket Post your comment!
Family Dollar ( FDO ) reports comparable-store sales fell 1.8% in FQ3. The ..... profit rate -40 bps to 34.3%. Inventory +2.2% to $912.3M. Family Dollar expects Q4 EPS of $0.75-$0.85 vs. $0.78 consensus. FDO
July 10 (Reuters) - Discount retailer Family Dollar Stores Inc 's quarterly profit fell by a third as the company resorted to discounts to clear inventory and competition intensified.
Family Dollar Stores ( FDO ): FQ3 EPS of $0.85 misses by $0.04 . Revenue of $2.66B (+3.5% Y/Y) beats by $50M . Press Release Post your comment!
are beginning to catch up with Family Dollar Stores ( FDO ) . After several years ..... Carolina alone. All told, Family Dollar is planning to close around ..... store closings come just as Family Dollar reported its first drop in revenue
Shares of Family Dollar ( FDO -2.4% ) and Dollar General ( DG -0.8% ) slip again with the merger premium for the stocks continuing to evaporate