By and  on November 12, 2010

Dillard’s Inc. is getting its fiscal mojo back, and it might have some of its harshest critics to thank for much of the transformation.

Tighter inventories, cost controls, sharper merchandise and a new attitude — the retailer is even shying away from the term “department store” at the Little Rock, Ark., headquarters — helped boost third-quarter profits 80 percent and sent the stock up 9.7 percent Friday to $30.82 after hitting a new 52-week high of $32.52 in intraday trading.

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