By  on February 23, 2005

NEW YORK — A year after reporting its first profitable quarter, online retailer Bluefly Inc. stayed in the black during the fourth quarter and narrowed its full-year 2004 loss because of a strong holiday season that was bolstered by trend-right merchandise and sales at the company’s second brick-and-mortar store.

The six-year-old company posted a $7,000 profit in the three months ended Dec. 31, but turned in a per-share loss of 7 cents, which included preferred stock dividends. During the same quarter in 2003, the company earned $111,000, or a loss of 7 cents.

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