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Foot Locker
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|Foot Locker Inc. | | | |Type |Public (NYSE: FL) | |Industry |Retail | |Founded |F. W. Woolworth Company established in 1878 in | | |Lancaster, PA and incorporated in 1911 in New York. Foot| | |Locker stores established in 1974. The separate division| | |was incorporated in 1989. Name changed in 2001. | |Headquarters |New York City, New York, U.S. | |Key people |Ken Hicks, President & CEO | | |Matthew D. Serra, Chairman*Planned retirement, 1/30/10 | | |Richard T. Mina, (Joanne Grant Canada), President & CEO | | |- U.S.A. (Canada) | | |Robert W. McHugh, CFO | |Products |Clothing and Shoes | |Revenue |▲ US$4.85 Billion (FY 2010)[1] | |Operating income |▲ US$83 Million (FY 2010)[1] | |Net income |▲ US$48 Million (FY 2010)[1] | |Total assets |▼ US$2.82 Billion (FY 2010)[2] | |Total equity |▲ US$1.95 Billion (FY 2010)[2] | |Employees |44,109 | |Website |Foot Locker, Inc. |

Foot Locker, Inc. (NYSE: FL) is an American sportswear and footwear retailer, with its headquarters in Midtown Manhattan, New York City,[3] and...
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