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Bon-Ton narrows loss

BY Marianne Wilson

York, Pa. — Bon-Ton Stores narrowed its fiscal third-quarter loss narrowed partly on lower expenses.

For the period ended Oct. 27, Bon-Ton lost $10.1 million, compared with a loss of $22 million a year earlier.

Revenue rose 2% to $668.7 million from $656.1 million. Same-store sales rose 1.9%.

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Sprouts Farmers Markets selects Manthan Systems for reporting and analytics

BY CSA STAFF

Phoenix — Manthan Systems announced that Sprouts Farmers Markets has selected Manthan’s ARC platform for enterprise-wide reporting and analytics. Currently operating 148 retail stores across eight states, Sprouts Farmers Markets has become synonymous with fresh produce, great prices and old-fashioned customer service.

Sprouts Farmers Market chose Manthan’s ARC applications as its business intelligence standard. Sprouts plans to use Manthan Systems’ dynamic analytical views and at-a-glance dashboards for greater insights into product sales, store operations, labor, task management, inventory optimization and merchandising. Manthan Systems’ self-training guided analytics and at-a-glance dashboards will provide actionable information, enabling Sprouts personnel to immediately see key business opportunities, easily identify trends, and greatly enhance the decision-making process.

“Manthan Systems’ proven experience in retail business analytics aligns with our vision of arming our team with role-based, mobile and easy to consume information. With their U.S.-led Global Operations and spirit of partnership, they were the perfect choice for us,” said Steve Black, chief information officer with Sprouts Farmers Market.”

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Gap ups outlook on strong Q3

BY Marianne Wilson

San Francisco — Gap Inc. raised its outlook for the year after reporting better-than-expected net income for the third quarter on growing sales. It was the latest sign that the long beleaguered chain may be finally entering a turnaround.

For the three months ended Oct. 27, the company said it earned $308 million, compared with $193 million in the year

For the quarter, net sales rose about 8%, to $3.86 billion, the company. Same-store sales rose 6% in North America. The metric increased 7% at Gap, 6% for Banana Republic and 9% for Old Navy.

Net sales for the online division rose by 23% to $509 million. International sales were up 7%.

"We are ready to compete and win this holiday season as we drive to build upon our top line growth," CEO Glenn Murphy said.

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