JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Admitting that promotions to reel in value-oriented shoppers “went too far,” Winn-Dixie Stores said margins and earnings fell well below expectations during the fourth quarter and fiscal year that ended June 25. Shares slid by 20% after Winn-Dixie announced the preliminary financial results and adjusted its earnings outlook, saying that EBITDA would fall below previous projections and the retailer would post a loss for the year. The figures are subject to an internal ...

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