GameStop's efforts to generate growth by diversifying its business model worked well in 2015, as the video game retailer posted its third straight year of positive comps.
The Texas-based company said that for the full fiscal year of 2015
ended on Jan. 30, total sales were $9.36 billion, a 0.7% increase over
2014. Same-store sales increased 4.3% (a 4.8% increase in the U.S. and a
3% increase internationally) compared to fiscal 2014, primarily driven
by sales of video game accessories, pre-owned products and
collectibles. GameStop's fiscal 2015 net earnings were $402.8 million.. . . more