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Terry Lundgren Praises Leased Shops at Macy's

The retailer's ceo said that licensed shops from Finish Line and Lids have brought significant new traffic and sales.

Week in Review: 05/17/2014

WWD highlights the 10 must-read stories of the week.

Generation Z ‘Me-tail’ Entrepreneurs, Growing Threat to Retailers

Young entrepreneurs are using technology to build their own businesses.

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Week in Review: 05/10/2014

WWD highlights the 10 must-read stories of the week.

François-Henri Pinault Joins Dorchester Collection Hotels Boycott

The Kering exec decried the implementation of Sharia law in Brueni and said no employee of the house would stay at the sultan of Brunei's properties.

Talking Management in Luxe's New Specialization Era

A shift is taking place in the fashion industry, leading to increased focus and convergence at the decision-making level.

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Week in Review: 05/03/2014

WWD highlights the 10 must-read stories of the week.

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American Image Awards Benefit Special Olympians

The evening's most stirring moment came when 10 Special Olympians took the stage for “The Star Spangled Banner.”

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Cambodia's Labor Day Turns Violent

Authorities threaten workers with sticks, batons.

PVH Could Reduce Heritage Portfolio

The firm's chairman and ceo Emanuel Chirico was one of several speakers at the Nomura Retail Conference in New York on Monday.

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Etro in China Push

The brand held a fashion show and retrospective in Beijing on Friday night.

Economy Maintaining a Balancing Act

Hope springs eternal in the world of consumer economics — but it’s a tempered kind of optimism that’s taken hold in the U.S. this year.

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