LOS ANGELES — 99 Cents Only Stores here said yesterday its directors have decided to suspend the company's previously proposed exit from Texas for up to six months — reportedly to reevaluate the operation following improvements in January sales results and the potential opportunities for continued strong performance in the weak economy. The company had announced plans in September to shut the division down completely. However, it said same-store sales in Texas rose 8.6% for the four-week ...

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