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OSHA Cites Wal-Mart in 'Black Friday' Case

OSHA proposed a $7,000 fine, the maximum possible under the law, to Wal-Mart for inadequate crowd management at the time of the Black Friday trampling.

Trovata, Forever 21 Lawyers Give Closing Arguments

Trovata's lawyer accused the $1.7 billion retailer Forever 21 of “a chilling lack of remorse" in copying case.

N.C. Court Upholds Tax Ruling Against Wal-Mart

Court decides state could recalculate taxes owed by Wal-Mart Stores Inc. to include its subsidiaries.

Trovata, Forever 21

Forever 21 Co-founder Testifies in Trial

Forever 21 Inc. co-founder Jin Sook Chang said she was not even aware of the Trovata brand until after the lawsuit was filed.

Arrests in Atlanta Boutique Thefts

A pattern of robberies dates back two years.

Trovata and Forever 21 Clash at Trial

In the intellectual property trial, Trovata's attorney compared designing to musical composition, whereas Forever 21's lawyer likened it to baking cobbler.

Dolce & Gabbana Wins Stripes Case

Fashion house D&G wins suit against Adidas over trademark lawsuit.

Hsu Pleads Guilty to Fraud Scheme

Campaign finance fraud charges set to be heard May 11.

Wal-Mart to Pay $1.9M in Black Friday Death

Mass retailer Wal-Mart to develop improved safety plan for all 92 New York stores.

Survey Shows Retail Crime Increase

Economic problems blamed on increase in store crime.

Woody Allen, American Apparel Fight Continues

Attorneys for Woody Allen asked a federal judge to block American Apparel Inc. from calling his wife and ex-girlfriend as witnesses in court this month.

Cornelia Hit With Civil Suit

The Cornelia Day Resort is scheduled for formal rebranding as Spa Chakra today, but a new lawsuit could keep the old name, and former owners, on the record.

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