Ann Taylor's Wardrobe Shuffle
The women's clothier turns to its new president to take the CEO's job.
Fortune Brands' Out-of-Office Message
The consumer-brands company will help create a new power in office products.
Cherokee Examines Its Roots
The brand management company signed a Canadian company. Are acquirers watching?
Is Aeropostale's Growth Sustainable?
The teen apparel retailer keeps growing, but the balance sheet poses questions.
The Scent of a Dividend
Inter Parfums is forecasting flat earnings this year, so it has bumped up its dividend to appease investors.
Sony Flashes Apple
The electronics company will take on the iPod Shuffle with its new flash-memory music players.
Companies Rewarded for Good Behavior
Does good corporate governance lead to market outperformance? Let's tell boards it does.
As the Inventory Turns
Gottschalks' Q4 sales disappointed, but the retailer's management remains focused on financial quality.
Timberland's Gotta Split
The company's split-and-buyback news isn't major, but investors shouldn't ignore it.
How Chic Is Chico's?
The retailer's still growing, but its slowing February comps are tough to ignore.
Henry Schein Shines On
Trouble with partner Chiron's full vaccines hasn't stopped Henry Schein's share rise.
Circuit City Unplugs Amazon
Changes in the way people buy online are moving the power back to the shopper.
Be Kohl's, Be Steady
The retailer can't grow like it used to anymore, but it can still grow profits at a good clip.
Featherlite Wafts Upward
Big profit growth in 2004 sent the coach and trailer company's shares skyward last Friday.
Big Lots, Big Questions
Can the closeout retailer get its key sales metrics moving in the right direction again?
Skechers' Double-Knotted Q4
The footwear company improved both its numbers and its investor communications.
Smart & Final's Final Tally
The grocery's full-year results highlight the intense nature of the grocery business.
Knight Ridder's San Francisco Treat
The media giant bought five Northern California free dailies to boost its ad reach.
A&F Sizes Up New Markets
Abercrombie & Fitch's success with Hollister stores bodes well for its long-term growth.
Don't Pity Pitney Bowes
The company's shares have recovered from legal settlement sticker shock.