Despite bad weather across the U.S., Foot Locker beat the Street with a 16% jump in quarterly profits as the athletic apparel retailer enjoyed healthy sales growth.
Big Lots announced stronger-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings and said its board signed off on a $125 million buyback plan.
Blaming the snow, Gap reports worse-than-expected 7% decline in a key growth metric.
A group of investors led by Cerberus Capital Management scored a deal to buy Safeway for about $9.2 billion, beating out rival grocery store chain Kroger.
Costco disclosed a deeper-than-expected 15% slump in quarterly profits as the warehouse club operator was forced to resort to deep holiday discounts.
Kroger reported an 8.7% decline in its fourth-quarter profit, but the grocery chain beat Wall Street expectations as sales came in strong.
The largest U.S. office supplies retailer outlined a plan to close 225 North American stores by the end of 2015, after the fourth quarter showed continued pressure on store traffic.
Cerberus is reportedly looking to wrap up a $9 billion deal for Safeway this week, while rival grocery chain Kroger considers a possible bid.
Chipotle sparked concerns about the availability of the popular condiment. But the burrito chain is telling customers 'the sky isn't falling.'
Walgreen reported a 5% improvement in a key revenue metric as pharmacy sales grew despite the negative impacts of a harsh weather and generics.