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Electronics retailers take it on the chin.
The rise of a home defense industry post-Sept. 11 has proved no more lasting than the dot-com boom.
Growth falls short of expectations.
The company continues to grow, but a closely watched indicator hits the low end of expectations.
A deal for BOL.com could expand the company's reach in Europe.
Shares in the office supplies space slide as sales trends weaken.
The company trims third-quarter sales-growth guidance, setting off an 8% drop in its stock.
The stock rallies as the company posts a solid second quarter.
The company's second quarter as a publicly traded entity isn't as successful as its first.
The chain was long one of the market's strongest performers, but growth is now slower than some would like.