Carmax net earnings slip, including charge


RICHMOND, Va., Dec 17 (Reuters) - Car retailer CarMax Inc. on Wednesday said its third-quarter net earnings fell due to costs of its recent spin-off from Circuit City Stores Inc. . CarMax said it earned $14.7 million or 14 cents per share in the third quarter ended Nov. 30 versus $18.4 million or 18 cents per share in the previous third quarter. Excluding the one-time fees, Richmond, Virginia-based CarMax earned 18 cents per share. Earlier this month, CarMax said that it expected to post ...

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