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Beiersdorf Profits Slip 33 Percent

Beiersdorf AG’s net profits dropped 33 percent in 2009 to 379 million euros, or $526.8 million, according to preliminary figures.

Killion Named Zale's Interim CEO Amid Shake-up

At Zale's, ceo Neal Goldberg, chief stores officer William Acevedo and chief merchandising officer Mary Kwan all exit the company.

Douglas Posts 0.7 Percent Sales Gain

Domestic revenues rise 1.6 percent in the first quarter.

Retail Stocks Fall 1.2 Percent Tuesday

The third consecutive day of declines.

Sears Taps Wal-Mart Veteran James Haworth

Haworth named evp and president of retail services.

Daily Stock Wrap: January 12, 2009

The day's top gainers and losers.

Tiffany and Signet Improve Holiday Sales

Jewelers both issue rosy guidance based on improved same store sales.

Metro Profits Slip 3 Percent

German retailer lauds “very satisfactory” Christmas at Galeria Kaufhof.

Beiersdorf Net Falls 33 Percent

The cosmetics company's sales declined 3.7 percent last year.

Retail Stocks Slide 0.8% Monday

Several firms, Phillips-Van Heusen Corp. included, raise outlook after strong holiday.

House of Fraser Sales Up 7 Percent

British department store group House of Fraser's results include the company’s best-ever Christmas week.

Italian Fashion Group Burani Nears Bankruptcy

The difficult economy and an acquisition spree based on debt have pushed Italian fashion company Mariella Burani Fashion Group into a corner.

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