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Union, N.J. -- Bed Bath & Beyond reported Wednesday that net income for the first quarter jumped 31% to $180.6 million, compared with $137.6 million in the year-ago period.
Revenue surged 10% to $2.11 billion, and same-store sales rose 7%. Results surpassed Wall Street expectations of $2.07 billion in revenue.
Bed Bath & Beyond has raised its outlook, now expecting full-year earnings to rise 15% to 20% over last year.