NEW YORK — Kmart narrowed its fourth-quarter losses, but its yearend stockpile of red ink mushroomed to $3.22 billion under the weight of reduced sales and charges due to store closures.

Julian Day, chief executive officer, during a conference call acknowledged that many customers still have not returned to Kmart, a situation typical of many bankrupt firms.

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