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Adidas Net Income Climbs in Quarter, Year

The German sports equipment manufacturer’s organic growth rate in 2011 was the fastest since 2006.

S&P Upgrades Liz Claiborne

Rating agency shifts firm to "B" corporate credit rating.

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Asset Sales Boost Liz Claiborne Net

Sale of namesake brand boosted the firm's fourth-quarter bottom line and now the focus is on Juicy Couture's turnaround efforts.

Warnaco Reports $6.7M Loss in Quarter

The firm posted restructuring charges that were in part connected with its transition out of its European CK/Calvin Klein bridge line.

Europe's Markets Slide

Retail and luxury stocks put on a mixed show.

Limited Brands Income Up 5.7 Percent

Sales topped $10 billion last year, while the net income rose 5.7 percent to $850.1 million from $804.8 million in 2010.

Sales Rise Modestly at Roberto Cavalli

The Just Cavalli license hurt the group’s revenues last year, although the Italian fashion company closed 2011 with sales up 1.1 percent.

Adidas Forecasts Growth in China Through 2015

Company expects sales to continue growing at a double-digit pace.

VF's North Face Stays Hot in Warm Winter

Outerwear brand's sales helped lift parent company's fourth-quarter profits above expectations despite heightened margin pressure.

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PPR Aims to Triple in Size by 2020

François-Henri Pinault revealed his ambitions to shed the French group's retail activities to focus on high-growth potential brands like Gucci.

LVMH by the Numbers

Some interesting tidbits from the company's financial documents, which were released along with its full-year results earlier this month.

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Fast-Track Michael Kors Off to Strong Start

Wall Street certainly liked Michael Kors Holdings Ltd.’s first earnings report — the company’s shares soared 27.5 percent Tuesday.

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