MONTREAL — Lightspeed gave investors more details about its path to profitability as it reported results for its 2022 fiscal year on Thursday. The upshot: the payments and point-of-sale company expects to break even on an adjusted basis in its 2024 fiscal year, the first time it has given a timeframe for reaching that milestone.
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