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PVH Corp. Cites Heritage Progress

The improvements are the result of external forces abating and the continuing recovery from problems Emanuel Chirico described as “self-inflicted.”

LVMH Confident as Stock Market Probe Moves Forward

Company surprised markets by revealing in October 2010 that it had amassed a 17.1 percent stake in Hermès via cash-settled equity swaps.

Nike Inc. Net Slips in First Quarter

A higher tax rate, lower gross margins and an increase in expenses hurt the bottom line.

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Stella McCartney Sales, Profits Climb

In the fiscal year ended Dec. 31, sales at the company advanced 19 percent to 21 million pounds, or $33.6 million.

Esprit Profits Increase but Shares Slip

The company says it is making good progress on its turnaround plan.

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The Private Life of Kenneth Cole

After taking his company private on Tuesday, the designer plans to focus more on product and design.

Kenneth Cole Shareholders Approve Buyout

Company to withdraw from public markets.

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Prada's Patrizio Bertelli Says Keep Calm, Carry On

On a call to discuss the company's growth in the first half, the executive addressed the state of the luxury market.

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La Perla, Frette on the Block

Industry executives believe a purchase price would have to be in the $300 million range to justify the investment.

Adidas Maintains 2015 Targets

Strong sales of Adidas and other brands are to counterbalance the lower Reebok target.

VF Corp. Sets $2B Target for Asia

Rapid growth in China and from The North Face is expected to pave the way for the firm to more than double its Asia-Pacific business during the next five years.

Christian Dior Sales Up 28%

The company noted that revenues in its own retail stores advanced 36 percent versus the year-ago period.

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