- Week in Review: 08/30/2014 Aug 30, 2014 Saturday
- Gap Files Report on Myanmar Factories Aug 29, 2014 Friday
- Brazil Economy Enters Recession in Blow to Rousseff Aug 29, 2014 Friday
- Europe's Stock Markets Make Gains Aug 29, 2014 Friday
- Hermès Net Gains 8.1% in First Half Aug 29, 2014 Friday
- E-commerce Lifts Belk's Q2 Aug 28, 2014 Thursday
- WWD Global Stock Tracker Down 0.5% Aug 28, 2014 Thursday
- American Apparel to Add One Board Member Aug 28, 2014 Thursday
- U.S. Sets Key Accords With Myanmar Aug 28, 2014 Thursday
- Accord Readies to Complete Factory Inspections Aug 28, 2014 Thursday
By contrast, U.K. supermarket chain Tesco saw sharp falls after issuing a profit warning.
The factories selected to produce clothing for Gap Inc., the first U.S. retailer to reenter Myanmar since sanctions were eased, experienced early problems.
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According to a decision filed Wednesday, the parties have three months to reach an “amiable" agreement via mediation, or the court is to make a ruling.
Better job prospects and cheaper gasoline could be putting consumers in a better mood for shopping as the second half of the retail year gets under way.
Two of Asia’s largest consumer markets face the challenge of rapidly aging populations.
In a regulatory filing, Lion Capital said it had designated Robert Mintz to the American Apparel board on Tuesday.
The logins will be provided as part of its Universal Identity Services portfolio to improve online security.
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The regional administrative court has ruled that the terms under which Versace, Prada and Armani signed new leases do not respect market regulations.