Amazon's Polish Sites Help Deflect German Strikes

Related Link: 

The launch of distribution centers in Poland adds necessary capacity for growth in Europe and helps buffer any potential impact from strikes in Germany, online retailer Amazon.com Inc. said.

OECD Warns on Eurozone Economy

Related Link: 

The eurozone needs monetary stimulus and a softening of fiscal discipline to ward off the threat of persistent economic stagnation, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said.

Did Saks Sell Itself Too Low?

Related Link: 

Saks’ flagship store in Manhattan has been appraised at $3.7 billion, well above what Hudson’s Bay paid to acquire the luxury retailer a year ago.

Judge Holds Up C&J Deal For Nabors Unit

Related Link: 

A Delaware court put on ice C&J Energy’s merger with a unit of Nabors Industries, finding C&J’s board didn't adequately shop the company.

Campbell Buoyed By Simple Meals

Related Link: 

Campbell Soup said growth in its Bolthouse Farms and Simple Meals segments helped results beat expectations in its November quarter, though the food company also logged higher promotional spending and unfavorable exchange rates.

Valspar Results Top Expectations on Higher Sales

Related Link: 

ValsparCorp. said its sales rose in the October quarter, lifted by a strong performance in the company’s coatings segment.

Signet Jewelers Sales Rise

Related Link: 

Signet Jewelers Ltd. raised its earnings guidance as the company’s sales for the most recent quarter were again elevated by its Zale Corp. acquisition earlier this year.

Hormel Foods Sales Rise 9.5%

Related Link: 

Hormel Foods., one of the biggest U.S. meat processors, said sales in its key refrigerated foods and Jennie-O Turkey Store segments helped offset a slowdown in its specialty foods and grocery products segment in the fourth quarter.

Tiffany Sales Miss Expectations on Soft Results in Asia

Related Link: 

Tiffany & Co. said its sales rose 5.3% in the October quarter on robust growth in the Americas, its biggest market, but results missed expectations as the company’s Japan and Asia-Pacific markets delivered weaker performances.

Tencent, HBO Sign Online Distribution Deal for China

Related Link: 

Time Warner’s HBO signed a deal with Tencent Holdings to distribute its TV dramas and movies through the Chinese Internet giant’s online video site.

Syndicate content