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Dick's Sporting Goods Plans To Scale Back Store Openings After Sales Fall Short

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 17 / 17

Dick’s Sporting Goods sales at existing stores fell short of forecasts in Q1, and the chain said that it "plans to scale back new store openings," highlighting the "continuing challenges facing sporting-goods retailers,"   according to Sara Germano of the WALL STREET JOURNAL. Dick's ...

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