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Eric Woerth, Francois-Marie Banier, Francoise Bettencourt Meyers, Liliane Bettencourt

The Bettencourt Affair Heats Up

Trade unions plan demonstrations.

Specialty Stores Cut Jobs

Department store workforce rises slightly.

U.S. Firms Look to Turn Up Heat on Bangladesh

House lawmakers urge importers to speak out publicly.

L.A. Anticounterfeit Sweep Brings 30 Arrests

Seized goods, if legitimate, would have worth of $12 million.

Commerce Dept. Passes on Yuan Investigation

Chinese currency policy deemed to be uniform throughout nation's economy.

china, investment

China Investment Worries Grow

Textile manufacturing and retail industries seem relatively buffered.

Commerce Department to Strengthen Trade Enforcement

New guidelines would clarify, bolster antidumping and countervailing duty procedures.

SEC Loosens Proxy Regulations

New guidelines by Securities and Exchange Commission make it easier for minority shareholders to seek board seats.

South Africa Halts Exports of Raw Wool to China

Livestock disease causes China to disallow imports.

Report Alleges Wal-Mart Supplier Factory Abuse

A Hong Kong labor-rights group is calling for Wal-Mart Stores Inc. to investigate Elec-Tech International Co.

U.S.-Made Apparel Prices Fall in July

Overall PPI rises slightly in the month.

Stocks Get Boost, PPI Prices Slip in July

Retail stocks rose 1.8 percent Tuesday as investors responded to better-than-expected second-quarter earnings.

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