- Earnings were affected by many special charges in both years, including $15.5 million in store closing charges for FY 2006, compared with the prior-year quarter's $4.6 million credit.
(Figures in thousands, except per-share data.)
Income Statement Highlights
|Avg. Est.||Q1 2006||Q1 2005||% Change|
Balance Sheet Highlights
|Assets||Q1 2006||Q1 2005||% Change|
|Cash+ S-T Invest.||$135,037||$500,151||-73%|
|Q1 2006||Q1 2005||Change|
Cash Flow Highlights
|Q1 2006||Q1 2005||% Change|
|Cash From Ops||$172,840||$216,559||-20.19%|
|Free Cash Flow||$123,123||$174,741||-29.54%|
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