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Retailers Get $1.1B Payment in Antitrust Case

Wal-Mart Stores Inc., Sears and The Limited Inc. and many other chains to benefit from Visa and MasterCard antitrust settlement.

NYC Counterfeit Raid Yields Big Haul

Officials seize goods yesterday bearing the marks of Gucci, Coach, Chanel and other brands in Chinatown.

Wal-Mart Settles Mass Labor Suits

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. settled mass labor suits, and also makes deal for World Cup soccer tie-in.

Selective Beauty Sues Claiborne

Selective Beauty, a onetime distributor of Juicy Couture and Usher fragrances in Europe, has sued Liz Claiborne Inc. for $20.2 million.

Sewing Plant Operator Pleads Guilty to Tax Evasion

Dong Sun Mun could face 10 years in federal prison at March sentencing.

EBay Fined Over LVMH Fragrance Sales

EBay was fined by a court here for failing to prevent the trade of LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA’s fragrances and cosmetics on its French Web site.

U.S. Polo Association Files Suit Over Polo Scent

Lawsuit reignites running dispute with Polo Ralph Lauren over trademarks.

Former Galeries Lafayette Hurt by Madoff Scandal

French heiress and former president of Galeries Lafayette Léone-Noëlle Meyer claims to be victim of Madoff Ponzi scheme.

Chanel, World Tricot Court Decision Due

Chanel will learn Dec. 11 if it has to pay damages to World Tricot.

Dooney & Bourke Chairman Sentenced to Prison

Frederic Bourke plans to appeal federal conviction after being sentenced to one year and one day in jail.

In Brief: Forever 21 Founders to Give Deposition

The founders of Forever 21 will be deposed in a copyright lawsuit filed by Express, a Los Angeles judge ruled.

Judge Approves Fred Leighton Purchase

Fred Leighton deal, for $25.8M, includes former Barneys partner Bob Pressman.

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