By  on February 25, 2013

The TJX Cos. Inc. is about to take the plunge online — and if the off-pricer proves it can swim, the e-commerce waters might never be the same again.

The mammoth retailer, which operates TJ Maxx and Marshalls and logged sales of $25.9 billion last year, is late to the e-commerce game, with just a limited online assortment from its TK Maxx unit in Britain. TJX will detail its plans for e-commerce Wednesday as it reports results for the fourth quarter, when earnings per share rose about 30 percent to between 80 cents and 81 cents, according to company projections.

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