Austin-based EZCorp Inc. saw revenues rise by 5 percent in its most recent quarter, but charges from closing stores and discontinuing some operations left the payday lending and pawnshop chain with a net loss for the quarter, the company said Tuesday.
EZCorp operates more than 1,300 pawnshops and financial services stores in the United States, Mexico and Canada. The company has about 300 employees in the Austin area and about 2,500 across Texas.
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