Foot Locker has reported a net income of $52 million, or $0.33 per diluted share, for the third quarter, compared to a net loss of $6 million, or $0.04 per diluted share, for the third quarter of 2009. Sales for the third quarter of 2010 were $1.28 billion, compared to $1.21 billion for the third quarter of 2009.
In the second quarter of fiscal 2010, Foot Locker reported a net income of $6 million, compared with break-even performance the year before. Sales for the quarter decreased 0.3 percent to $1.096 billion, compared to sales of $1.099 billion for the corresponding prior-year period.
Foot Locker announced its fiscal results for the first quarter of 2010, reporting a net revenue of $1.28 billion, a 5.3% increase from the $1.22 billion the year before. Its net income for the quarter was $54 million, up from $31 million the year before.
Foot Locker announced that its Board of Directors declared a quarterly cash dividend on the Company's common stock of $0.15 per share, which will be payable on April 30, 2010 to shareholders of record on April 16, 2010.
61 year-old streetball legend Joe Hammond, better known as "The Destroyer," has sued Foot Locker and Nike over unauthorized use of his name on their t-shirts
According to Reuters, Foot Locker said it was consolidating its management team, cutting jobs and closing stores in Q4 2009 as the company reorganizes its business under its new Chief Executive Officer
Analysts at the Benchmark Journal expect Foot Locker's business to be successful in the new year due to its strong internally-generated cash flow and quarter-end financial position
S&P lowered Foot Locker further into junk territory on the basis of operational challenges due to poor same-store sales and eroding credit-protection measures
The company announced its financial results for the third quarter of 2009, including net income of $16 million (down from $24 million in the year-ago quarter) and net sales of $1.21 billion (down from $1.31 billion the year before)
Foot Locker joined with executives from the sports industry, pro athletes and celebrities on October 20 to celebrate the annual "On Our Fee" fundraises in support of the UNCF
Lady Foot Locker is releasing a collection of pink clothing in support of breast cancer for the month of October
Athletic company Saucony has been named the official sponsor of the Foot Locker Cross Country Championships in San Diego
Call volume for FL exploded up to 24 times more than usual, leading many speculators to favor the stock's 12.50-strike calls, although such figures could cause security problems and place additonal pressure on the company.
Foot Locker released its 10-Q for the quarter ending on August 1 of 2009. The dividend yield of Foot Locker Inc. stocks reported at the end of the quarter was 5.6%
Sales fell 15.6% to $1.09 billion and net income was break-even for 2009 Q2.
After the company reported higher-than-expected earnings last week, a Susquehanna analyst upgraded Foot Locker from "neutral" to "positive," saying the company's management is "clearly focused" on improving Foot Locker's operating structure.
FL reported strong earnings of $31 million in Q1 (20 cents per share), beating expectations of 13 cents per share. Revenue fell 7% to $1.22 billion. Earnings were boosted by lower operating expenses and higher gross margin.
FL said it secured a $200 million 4-year revolving credit facility The company may make more requests for up to $100 million.
Foot locker posted a $126 million loss for the quarter ending Jan 31, or 82 cents per share. A year earlier the company had net income of $72 million in the quarter. Excluding one-time items, net income was 24 cents per share. Analysts had predicted on average a profit of 16 cents per share.
Despite achieving a net profit in Q3, FL cuts its revenue forecast for the year. The company's Q3 sales dropped by 3.5% following a 1.7% decrease in comparable store sales as consumers wallets tightened because of the global recession.
Foot Locker reported a 1.4% increase in sales for the second quarter of fiscal 2008, despite a 0.5% decline in same store sales.
For the first quarter of fiscal 2008, Foot Locker announced net sales of $1.31 billion and an adjusted $0.14 EPS (which excludes $18 million of store closing expenses and charges), which handily beat analyst expectations for sales of $1.28 billion and met analyst estimates of $0.14 EPS.
As Foot Locker edged away from a multi-year low for its share price, the company's CEO and President, Matthew Serra, purchased approximately 100,000 shares of FL on the open market. The move signaled management's confidence in the company's future success, helping to keep the stock move up.
Foot Locker announced a net loss of $18 million and a 1.5% decrease in revenue (compared with the second quarter of 2006) in the second quarter of fiscal 2007. Same store sales decrease 7.3% on the quarter, reflecting a difficult summer selling environment in retail due to a drop in consumer spending from the subprime lending crisis. Because of lagging sales, Foot Locker management decided to significantly mark down prices in order to move slow-selling inventory, which hurt profits. However, these results were above analyst expectations, largely due to a successful quarter internationally where Foot Locker stores' profit increased approximately 20% in the quarter.