US: Strong sales boost Ross Stores Q3 profit
By Katie Smith | 16 November 2012
Strong sales and lower expenses have helped off-price retailer Ross Stores book a better-than-expected rise in third-quarter net profit, but it issued a cautious outlook for the all-important holiday season.
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