Target says a key revenue figure rose 2.1 percent in September as shoppers picked up back-to-school items and groceries. Analysts expected a 2.2 increase for revenue in stores open at least one year.
Target says revenue at stores open at least a year rose 4.2 percent in August as families began their back-to-school shopping.
Discount retailer Target Corp. says a key revenue measure rose 2.1 percent in June as shoppers spent more on food and health and beauty items.
The state of Minnesota is $148 million ahead of its revenue projections for the year after last month’s tax collections beat expectations.
Discount retailer Target Corp. said Thursday that a key sales figure rose 4.4 percent in May as shoppers spent more on food and its cheap-chic fashions.
Red Bull’s Crashed Ice contributed to an additional $20 Million spent in the capitol city this past January, according to the City’s officials.
Target Corp. says its revenue at stores open at least a year rose 4.3 percent in January, easily topping Wall Street’s expectations.
UnitedHealth Group Inc.’s fourth-quarter net income jumped 21 percent, but the insurer saw signs of health care use picking up and left its 2012 earnings forecast unchanged.
Best Buy Co. says that weaker than expected traffic until the week before Christmas and low demand in Canada and Europe put a crimp in its December sales.
General Mills is reporting that net income slipped 28 percent in the second quarter, pressured by rising costs and some charges, but revenue jumped by double digits.
Minnesota’s 20-day state government shutdown hurt state revenue collections last month as tax auditors stayed home and lottery sales halted.
General Mills Inc., the food company that makes Cheerios cereal, Haagen-Dazs ice cream and Betty Crocker mixes, reaffirmed its financial guidance for fiscal 2011.
In an effort to break a budget impasse and avert a government shutdown July 1, Minnesota Republican leaders made a budget counteroffer to Gov. Mark Dayton Monday. Dayton characterized the meeting as constructive, but said the two sides remain far apart.
A stronger credit-card business helped Target Corp.’s net income rise 2.7 percent in the first quarter, even as customers were cautious about buying because of higher gas and food prices.
Target Corp.’s April revenue increased 13.1 percent at stores open at least a year, as customers flocked there for basics like groceries and clothing.