Costco sees a lift in second-quarter sales and net income benefits from a tax benefit.
Kroger CEO Rodney McMullen declared 2014 an outstanding year and it is easy to see why after the nation’s leading supermarket operator again surpassed performance expectations.
Target chairman and CEO Brian Cornell unveiled a wide-ranging growth strategy.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals bolsters GI franchise in a $14.5 billion deal to acquire Salix Pharmaceuticals.
Walmart will invest $1 billion in employee base in an effort to improve the customer experience.
Fred's Super Dollar earlier this week reported $138.8 million in January sales, up 3%.
McKesson on Thursday reported that revenues for the third quarter ended Dec. 31, 2014 totaled $47 billion, up 37% compared to $34.3 billion a year ago.
Beauty brand Coty posted a boost in second-quarter net income and saw renewed strength in such core brands as Sally Hansen and Rimmel.
Rite Aid reported a 4.8% increase in same-store sales benefiting in part from a strong flu season to date.
Cardinal Health reported fiscal year 2015 second-quarter revenue of $25.5 billion.