The company posted third-quarter revenue and adjusted earnings beat analysts' estimates and comparable-store sales missed expectations.
The company also said it planned to reinstate a dividend during the first half of 2021. A company statement didn't specify an amount or other details.
Revenue of $3.98 billion fell 14% from $4.63 billion.
Analysts surveyed by FactSet were calling for a GAAP loss of 41 cents a share, or an adjusted loss of 43 cents, on revenue of $3.88 billion.
"Our third-quarter results exceeded our expectations, with significant sequential sales and profitability improvement," Chief Executive Michelle Gass said in a statement.