NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- On more than one occasion, I've raised concerns about what appears to be constant misdirection at Pep Boys (PBY). The company's been leaking oil for as long as I can remember.But it hasn't always been its fault. Given the lackluster results from rivals Advance Auto Parts (AAP) and AutoZone (AZO), it is fair to say Pep Boys, which has been marred with weak same-store sales and eroding margins, has not been alone in its struggles.
Pep Boys Still Needs a Tune-Up
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