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Despite Stock Drop, Lundgren Says Macy's Healthy and Fit

The tough economy has Terry Lundgren rallying his troops.

Misses' Retailers Set Goals to Combat Weak Economy

BOSTON — A group of misses' specialty retailers outlined plans for more discipline in their operations during the current retail slowdown.

Steve & Barry's Looks to Expedite Process

Bankrupt Steve & Barry's wants to make short work of a reorganization or sale, and lack of cash as it nears the important back-to-school season is a big reason.

Europe's Luxury Sector In Unfamiliar Territory As Investors Cool Off

PARIS - Europe's high-flying luxury sector is losing altitude as pessimism rises among investors.

Carlos Slim Boosts Saks Stake

Carlos Slim Helú snatched up another 2 million shares of Saks Inc.

Wall Street Wary After Stimulus Boosts June Sales

June comparable-store sales flexed some unexpected muscle...

Jose Luis Duran,

Carrefour Sales Rise 6.7%

France's Carrefour, the world's second largest retailer after Wal-Mart Stores Inc., said that second-quarter sales grew 6.7 percent at constant exchange rates.

Bankruptcy Bell Tolls: Steve & Barry's Model Collapses Under Crunch

The Steve & Barry's business model officially collapsed on Wednesday, the victim of razor-thin margins squeezed even more by tight credit.

Retail Shares Beaten Down as Stock Market Searches for Bottom

Retail stocks were battered Wednesday when stock markets tumbled amid the latest round of fears about the housing slump and troubled mortgage lenders.

Alan Rosskamm

Shake-up Atop Charming Shoppes

Shares of Charming Shoppes Inc. rose 3 percent Wednesday after Dorrit Bern resigned as chairman, chief executive officer and president...

Cavalli No Longer Seeking Sale

Roberto Cavalli has called off the sale of his namesake fashion label because of market conditions.

Takeover Talk Boosts M&S Shares

Marks and Spencer Group plc shares spiked almost 7 percent on the London Stock Exchange Tuesday amid rumors of a potential takeover bid for the company.

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