Unusually harsh winter weather affecting one in every three days during the fiscal fourth quarter led to softer than expected sales growth and a 7% decline in quarterly net income for Dollar Tree, the Chesapeake, Va.-based discounter said Wednesday. A calendar shift moving Halloween sales to the third quarter, as well as six fewer holiday selling days due to a late Thanksgiving also negatively affected sales for the period, officials said. CONNECT WITH SN ON TWITTER Follow @SN_News for ...

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