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Dick's Sporting Goods Scaling Back Plans For New Stores, But Expects E-Commerce Growth

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 15 / 15

Dick's Sporting Goods has "scaled back its plans for new stores and its predictions for revenue growth and profitability over the next several years as demand remains sluggish for some of its core products," including golf, according to Alex Nixon of the PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW. Dick's yesterday s...

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