More competitive pricing and slight improvements in the economy helped propel the industry to slightly better financial results during the first half of the calendar year, industry analysts told SN, and they said they expect those factors to continue to boost results moderately during the second half. Andrew Wolf, managing director for BB&T Capital Markets, Boston, said the first half produced the industry’s best results in four years “because sales productivity got ...

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