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Adidas Lowers Full-Year Guidance

The sporting goods firm said it now expects a mid- to high-single-digit rise in currency-neutral sales in 2014.

Hugo Boss Accelerates Earnings and Sales

The company’s own retail channel continued to drive growth in the second quarter.

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Kering Profits Slide 4.7% in First Half

The French conglomerate revealed it is acquiring the Swiss luxury watch brand Ulysse Nardin.

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Puma Banking on Marketing Push as Q2 Earnings Slide

The German activewear firm, which reported a 5.8 percent drop in sales in the period, is eager to launch the largest global marketing campaign in its history.

Iconix Eyes International Growth

For the second quarter ended June 30, the group saw a slide in profits despite record revenue gains.

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Upscaling Push Drives Dior Growth

Strong growth in all product categories and geographical sectors helped propel a double-digit rise in revenues at the company.

Aeffe Reports First-Half Profit

A strategic reorganization helped drive the company into the black in the first half.

Dior Couture Sales Rise 13.4% in First Half

The French fashion house said profit from recurring operations jumped 47 percent during the period.

M&A Landscape Shifting Away From Contemporary

The reduction in activity for deals in contemporary also explains the growing interest in emerging brands — many of which are still early-stage start-ups.

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LVMH Profits Slide on Asia Slump

The French luxury giant reported a 4.3 percent dip in net profits in the six months to June 30 to 1.51 billion euros, or $2.07 billion.

Jil Sander Posts Loss, Looks to Layoffs

The company is in the midst of a restructuring, filing away 2013 with a heavier loss compared with the previous year.

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