The athletic shoe retailer said Q3 EPS was zero cents, down from 11 cents in '12. Analysts were expecting 10 cents. Revenue rose 5.2% to $296.6 mil, just over analysts' revised views for $296.09 mil. Sales at stores open at least a year climbed 3.6%. Finish Line (FINL) blamed its weak quarter on a shift in consumer buying patterns and a rocky e-commerce platform debut. It sees Q4 EPS of 74-78 cents. Analysts were expecting 82 cents. Shares dropped 8.3% to 17.46.
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