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  • Kroger Sales Fall Short, Driving Shares Down

    Kroger’s sales grew less than expected and the grocer said it would sacrifice profit to keep investing in online ordering and other services to compete with Amazon.com and Walmart.

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  • Earnings News | Wall Street Journal
  • Earnings News | Wall Street Journal
  • Lego Tempers Ambitions for a New, Slow-Growth Era

    Lego reported weaker sales and sharply lower profit for the first half, but the Danish toy-brick maker said it was making progress in a yearlong turnaround that includes a restructuring.

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  • Signet Surges After Surprise Sales Growth

    Shares of Signet Jewelers Ltd. surged 25% on Thursday after the world’s largest retailer of diamond jewelry reported positive same-store sales growth for the first time in a year.

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  • Earnings News | Wall Street Journal
  • Earnings News | Wall Street Journal
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  • Earnings News | Wall Street Journal
  • Earnings News | Wall Street Journal
  • J.Crew Snaps 15-Quarter Sales Slump

    J.Crew Group’s flagship brand ended a four-year slump, posting a slight gain in quarterly sales at its existing stores and websites that CEO James Brett called a “watershed moment.”

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  • Earnings News | Wall Street Journal
  • Earnings News | Wall Street Journal
  • Earnings News | Wall Street Journal
  • Earnings News | Wall Street Journal
  • Earnings News | Wall Street Journal
  • Earnings News | Wall Street Journal
  • Earnings News | Wall Street Journal
  • Xiaomi Swings to Profit on Strong Smartphone Sales

    Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi swung to a profit in the second quarter as smartphone sales rose sharply, but the results were weighed down by a big bonus payment for its chief executive.

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  • Coty Feels Strain of $12 Billion Bet on P&G Beauty Business

    Nearly two years after Coty paid $12 billion to acquire Procter & Gamble’s beauty business, the deal remains a drag on the struggling beauty giant. Weak performance of former P&G brands, including names like CoverGirl makeup and Clairol hair dye, weighed on sales in the most recent quarter.

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  • Earnings News | Wall Street Journal
  • BHP Reports Rise in Profit and Record Dividend

    BHP Billiton Ltd. said fiscal-year net profit fell 37% because of one-time charges, but the world’s biggest miner by market value recorded a 33% rise in underlying profit and a record final dividend.

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  • Estée Lauder Posts Robust Sales Growth

    Sales at Estée Lauder jumped in the latest quarter due to growing demand for high-end skin-care products and increased business at travel outlets in airports, providing a rare spot of robust growth in the stagnating consumer-products industry.

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  • Earnings News | Wall Street Journal

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