Last Quarter.

last quarter. The results sent Staples down as much as 6.8 percent to $8.35 in New York, the biggest intraday decline since Aug. 17. Before Thursday, the stock had been down less than 1 percent so far in 2017. The latest announcement comes almost a year after Staples failed attempt to acquire Office Depot Inc. Federal regulators blocked the merger on antitrust grounds last May, arguing that it would hurt business customers. That sent the company in search of a new growth plan. The fallout from the foiled deal included the resignation of Chief Executive Officer Ron Sargent and a sputtering stock. Medical marijuana Shira Goodman, who had been serving as interim CEO, was named to the job permanently in September. In October, Staples Inc.

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