Lumber Liquidators Crashes After Same-store Sales Turn To Sawdust – Forbes

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Lumber Liquidators Lumber Liquidators , thelargest specialty retailer of hardwood flooring inNorth America, reported disappointing results on Wednesday. Net sales increased only 2.3% from the second quarter of 2013 as the company opened 13 new stores. Meanwhile, same store sales actually fell 7.1%. Lumber Liquidators, which operates 344 stores, also missed on earnings, posting only about $0.60 per share while analysts expected $0.90. It reduced its outlook to a range of $2.65 to $3 per share, from up to $3.60 before.
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Eastern Conference shake-up: Who benefits most from LeBron James returning to the Cavaliers? | Ball Don’t Lie – Yahoo Sports

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Big Ten finish: Fifth Whats next: Seven of eight letter winners return in 2015. But they will miss Ember Schuldt. Womens gymnastics Why a B+: Kim Landrus has vaulted Illini onto the fringe of the national scene. High point: Finishing 11th at NCAA meet in Birmingham, Ala. Low point: Missing a top-three finish at the Big Ten meet by five-hundredths of a point.
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James, who left the Cleveland Cavaliers four years ago to join the Miami Heat, announced earlier he would return to the Cavaliers. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan) Now that the best player in the world has decided he’d like to go home , the question stands: Who figures to benefit most from LeBron James choosing to return to the Cleveland Cavaliers in free agency? A few thoughts on how the Eastern Conference has changed since Friday morning, and which teams might now find their chances of getting destroyed by the San Antonio Spurs competing for an NBA championship improved by LeBron leaving the Miami Heat : Cleveland Cavaliers. Well, duh. Obviously, slotting the best basketball player in the world into the lineup at small forward will help Cleveland quite a bit. How much remains to be seen, but a pair of statistical projections are pretty bullish Nate Silver of FiveThirtyEight pegs the Cavs as presently constituted as a 52-win team, while Nathan Walker of The Basketball Distribution has Cleveland landing at 55 wins, a 22-victory improvement over last season.
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