NEW YORK — A marked move away from brands and toward its own private labels helped Dillard’s Inc. bounce back from year-ago losses in the second quarter.
In fact, the regional department store chain went to great pains to credit its private label push for its return to profitability and warn its suppliers that it’s now taking a profit-or-perish approach to national brands.
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