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Standard General Increases Control of AA

The hedge fund is said to be loaning American Apparel Inc. $25 million in financing.

European Stock Markets Dip

The FTSE MIB in Milan bucked the trend and advanced 0.5 percent in morning trading.

Li & Fung Spin-off Debuts on HK Exchange

Shares in the newly-formed Global Brands Group shed nearly 14 percent of their value in their first day of trade.

UK Retailers Report Falling Prices

British retailers saw the biggest annual decline in prices since at least 2006 in June, an industry group said on Wednesday.

Retail Stocks Backtrack 1.3%

S&P 500 Retailing Industry Group dips below 900.

Levi's Q2 Drops on Wholesale Weakness, Charges

Revenues drop 1.6% as women’s denim business continues to struggle.

American Apparel Receives Default Notice

The basis for the default is the Dov Charney has ceased to be ceo of the company.

RetailNext Secures $30M in Series D Financing

New investors include publicly held Tyco, Qualcomm and American Express.

M&S Sales Gain 2.3% in Q1

Online sales dipped 8.1 percent, impacting the retailer’s clothing performance.

Standard's Tough Road at American Apparel

Standard General is poised to move into the driver’s seat at the retailer — but it’s still not clear just where the colorful basics company is going.

Retail Shares Down 0.5% on Wall Street

Major indices in U.S. and Europe show declines.

Bank of Japan Upbeat on Regional Economies

BOJ upbeat on regional economies, reassures easy policy to stay.

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