WESTBOROUGH, Mass. — BJ's Wholesale Club here said Wednesday that its profits for the fiscal second quarter outpaced its guidance, and noted particular strength in grocery departments. Net income in the 13-week quarter, which ended July 30, rose 27.7%, to $45.7 million, on an 11% rise in revenues, to $3.05 billion. Comparable-stores sales, excluding gas, were up 3.8%, as previously reported. Through the first half, net income was $79.4 million, up 28.3% vs. year-ago results. ...

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