Lowe’s second-quarter net income rose 26%, boosted by strong demand for its product.
Lowe’s announced that Lara Lee will join the company as SVP customer experience design, effective Feb. 25.
Mooresville, N.C.-based Lowe’s is telling investors and analysts that changes are in the works, a message it has delivered steadily over the last several quarters.
Lowe’s Cos. reported that profit for the quarter ended Feb. 3 rose 13% to $322 million, compared with $285 million a year earlier.
Lowe’s Cos. said Thursday it has acquired ATG Stores, an online retailer of home improvement and lifestyle products based in Kirkland, Wash.
At its annual conference in Mooresville, N.C., held Tuesday, Lowe's executives are prepared to talk growth and the transformation from retailer to a "home improvement company."
Lowe's Cos. reported that net income for the quarter ended Oct. 28 dropped 44% as store-closing charges undercut a slight uptick in quarterly sales.
Lowe's has launched an integrated online experience, MyLowe’s, designed to help customers manage their homes.
Lowe's Cos. announced Monday it will open 10 to 15 stores annually in North America from 2012 forward, down from its prior target of 30 stores, and will close 20 underperforming locations.
Lowe’s is replacing its “Let’s Build Something Together” tagline with a new one, “Never Stop Improving” as part of its new brand strategy.
Lowe’s said Wednesday it has launched a home improvement app for iPhone and iPod, now available on the App Store.
Lowe’s Cos. is consolidating its store operations and merchandising organizations.
Lowe’s Cos. on Monday said it has been authorized to buy back up to $5 billion of its common stock over the next two-to-three years.
Lowe’s Cos. reported Monday that profit for the quarter ended July 29 was $830 million, down from $832 million in the year-ago period.
Lowe’s has announced plans to hire up to 300 information technology professionals, including 150 new positions.
Lowe's Cos. said Monday its first-quarter profit fell 6%, due in part by bad weather and difficult economic conditions.
Lowe’s reported a 39% increase in fiscal fourth-quarter earnings to $285 million, up from $205 million a year earlier.
Lowe’s Cos. said Wednesday that it has made several key promotions and moves in its human resources, legal, merchandising, logistics and information technology areas.
Lowe’s Cos. president and chief operating officer, Larry Stone, will retire June 2, after 42 years with the company.
Lowe's Cos. said Thursday that executive VP and chief information officer Steven Stone is leaving the company in order to pursue other interests.
Sales at Lowes.com are running about 35% ahead of last year, according to CEO Robert Niblock, who spoke to analysts during the retailer's recent Analyst and Investors Conference.