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Hal Waives Threshold on Safilo Debt

11th-hour modification should allow eyewear firm Safilo to avoid default.

Key to Luxe Boost: Turning to New Categories

Down but not out, the luxury market should look to new categories — along with female and older consumers — to boost its bottom line in 2010.

Guess Profit Advances, Beating Expectations

Los Angeles-based denim and sportswear firm recorded a 1.3 percent gain in profits.

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Cyber Monday Seen As Bigger Than 2008

Cyber Monday seen strong, but Black Friday results pressured retail stocks yesterday.

Daily Stock Wrap: November 30, 2009

The day's top gainers and losers.

Ebay Fined Over LVMH Perfume Sales

French site found to have violated injunction and fined $2.55 million.

Mitchells Take Control of Wilkes Bashford

A bankruptcy court in San Francisco has approved the purchase of Wilkes Bashford by the Mitchell family of Connecticut for $4.6 million in cash.

Black Friday's Verdict: Stores See Decent Sales, but Caution Reigns

After Black Friday, execs at Macy's, Saks, Nordstrom, Uniqlo and other department stores weigh in on results and shopping trends.

Dubai Crisis Impacts Global Stocks Friday

Anxiety about Dubai’s debt crisis drove stocks down sharply in the U.S. and Asia on Friday, while markets in Europe held steady.

Dunay Jewels Get Auction Approval

Inventory for the venerable jeweler Henry Dunay will be auctioned on Dec. 16.

Asian Stocks Fall Sharply on Dubai Fears

Investors' concerns weigh on trade.

Hal Extends Offer Period For Safilo Again

Offer won't be extended beyond Nov. 30.

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