US: Slower new store sales push Shoe Pavilion to Q1 loss
By just-style.com | 9 May 2007
Off-price footwear retailer Shoe Pavilion Inc swung to a first quarter net loss blaming slow consumer traffic and ongoing construction in many of the shopping centres where its newest stores are located.
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