Toymaker Hasbro Inc missed analysts' expectations for quarterly revenue and profit on Monday, as the demise of major retail partner Toys 'R' Us hurt sales in Europe and the United States, sending its shares down as much as 8 percent. | Video
VF Corp shares fell 9 percent on Friday after the apparel maker lowered revenue forecasts for its jeans business and reported slow outdoor wear sales even as its popular Van sneakers lifted quarterly profit.
L Brands said on Thursday it was pursuing options for its money-losing luxury lingerie brand La Senza as it focuses on core businesses such as Victoria's Secret and Bath & Body Works, sending its shares up 12 percent.
Under Armour Inc announced 400 job cuts on Thursday and raised its forecast for adjusted profit to the high-end of an earlier range, deepening cost-cuts in the face of rising competition from Nike and Adidas .
Cheerios and Yoplait maker General Mills Inc missed analysts' estimates for quarterly sales and margins on Tuesday, hurt by higher input costs and lower demand for its snacks and yogurts in the United States.
Dollar Tree Inc missed Wall Street expectations for quarterly same-store sales on Thursday as the discount store operator's Family Dollar business struggled to boost sales, sending its shares down 12 percent.
Lowe's Cos Inc on Wednesday promised to cut back slow-moving products and unsuccessful business projects as new Chief Executive Marvin Ellison seeks to turn around a company that has trailed bigger rival Home Depot for years.
Kohl's Corp on Tuesday posted quarterly earnings and same-store sales above analysts' estimates as it sold more apparel at full price, although the department store chain's tepid profit forecast sent its shares down more than 4 percent.
J.C. Penney Co Inc shares sank below $2 for the first time on Thursday after it said it had alienated core middle-aged customers while chasing millennial buyers, and the venerable brand forecast an unexpectedly large loss.
(Corrects paragraph 2 in Aug. 14 story to show Powerade is not ceding market share to Gatorade)