Destination XL is not immune to the tough retail climate in the U.S. and it is looking to e-commerce to bolster its business as it scales back its plans to expand brick and mortar.
In a conference call following the release of the company’s fourth-quarter and fiscal 2016 year-end results Monday morning, David Levin, president and chief executive officer of the Canton, Mass.-based big and tall men’s retailer, said: “We've decided to slow our 2017 growth to 20 stores compared to our 30 stores opened in 2016, and we'll continue to slow the growth of new stores for the foreseeable future.”
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