On March 6, Jo-Ann Stores
- Sales of $604 million beat estimates. They represent 2.7% growth over the prior-year quarter.
- Margins dropped across the board on lower selling prices and higher fixed costs for the new store format.
- The loss includes the effect of a $1.17-per-share charge for goodwill impairment, as well as an $0.08-per-share benefit for "gift card breakage."
(Figures in millions, except per-share data)
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