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Sept. Comps Raise Hopes for Rest of Year

Late Labor Day, early fall weather helped results and even led some stores to lift guidance.

Uniqlo Helps Lift Fast Retailing Profits

Uniqlo's net profit for the year ended Aug. 31 rose 14 percent to 49.8 billion yen, or $517.4 million at average exchange rates.

Douglas Group Reports $4.35B in Sales

Douglas Group posted a 2.2 percent rise in net sales for its fiscal year.

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Lacroix Inks Deal With Ajman Sheikh

Workers at Christian Lacroix breathed a sigh of relief as as an Ajman sheikh tabled a formal offer to purchase the troubled couture house.

Daily Stock Wrap: October 7, 2009

The day's gainers and losers.

PPR SA to Float Africa Unit

French retail-to-luxury group PPR SA plans to spin off its African distribution unit on the Euronext stock exchange in Paris by the end of this year.

WWD CEO Summit to Hold Retail Town Hall

Martha Stewart and Marc Jacobs to speak at WWD Apparel/Retail CEO Summit.

Syms Losses Widen in Quarter

Aquired Filene's Basement doors add to sales.

IT Holding Restructuring Deadline Approaches

After filing for the Italian equivalent of Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in February, IT Holding SpA will learn its fate in a month from now.

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Sept. Comps Expected to Show Some Improvement

Retail stocks up 2% as calendar shift, weak year-ago numbers expected to boost results.

Daily Stock Wrap: October 6, 2009

The day's top gainers and losers.

Versace Takes a Break From Japanese Retailing

The Italian house shutters its stores and rethinks its strategy for the market.

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