Parent of The Bay, Zellers helped by accounting change

December 2001
Furniture/Today;12/10/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 14, p34
Trade Publication
Reports the effect of the change of accounting rules on the profit of the Hudson's Bay Co. in Toronto, Ontario. Decline of the operating profit of The Bay and Zellers; Expansion of furniture assortment; Amount of total revenue in the third quarter.


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