The bottom line improved by 13% in the important Holiday quarter to $42,797,000 from $37,885,000, on revenues that inched up 1% to $331,536,000 from $328,754,000 including a 4.7% positive comp at open stores on top of last year’s +6.4% comp. E-commerce grew 31.8%, more than offsetting a 3.1% brick-and-mortar comp decline. Stores were open for about 94% of potential operating days. Hardgoods comped up strongly, and accessories and men’s were also positive. Women’s comped down, and footwear was the worst performing category. North America was up 2% to $285.2 million, while Blue Tomato in Europe and Fast Times in Australia ... Log in to view full article.