By  on March 7, 2008

ATLANTA — Sales have continued to spiral downward for The Finish Line. The Indianapolis-based retailer said on Thursday that consolidated net sales from continuing operations in the fourth quarter, ended March 1, fell 10 percent to $382.8 million from $425.7 million a year ago.

The retailer, which has 697 Finish Line stores and 94 Man Alive stores, will report earnings on March 27 after the market closes, according to Kevin Wampler, executive vice-president and CFO. But Finish Line ended the first three quarters with a loss of $13.8 million, reported Jan. 3, 2008.

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