Williams Sonoma’s retail brands outpaced expectations and powered through a strong fourth quarter and fiscal year.
Target’s omnichannel strategies seem to be paying off, as the retailer enjoyed a strong fourth quarter and its best fiscal year in more than a decade.
Macy’s saw improvement in its fiscal year 2018 and fourth quarter, while stepping up a restructuring plan that streamlines its upper management and reduces costs.
In the fiscal third quarter ended December 1, Bed Bath & Beyond experienced erosion in earnings and comparable store sales as it remains focused on internal initiatives to build store and omnichannel capabilities.
Although spun off in 2012, Sears Hometown & Outlet stores still has operational ties to Sears Holdings and that organization’s bankruptcy has hit the business. However, financially, the company gained some traction in the third quarter as it pushes to reach profitability.
Walgreens Boots Alliance generated a solid first quarter while launching a cost management program that will look to save more than $1 billion.