The big box retailer remains clearly focused on e-commerce, touting the 60% increase in online revenue the company recorded in the previous quarter.
CFO Brett Biggs' boiled down the company's new financial framework to measure success into growing comp sales, both online and in store, and spending money more wisely.
"Our customers and investors are beginning to see that we can do both," Biggs said while commenting on the 12.4% increase in the company's share price over the past 12 months.
On the growth front, Biggs reported that the company increased revenue $13 billion to $486 billion in 2016. However, while he noted that just a 1% cut in expenses would result in billions of dollars in savings, Biggs did not specify where the cuts would take place.
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