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Salvatore Ferragamo Returns to Black

Lifted by gains in Asia and at retail, the company posted sales that hit the $1 billion mark in 2010.

Sales, Profits Expand at G-III

The firm saw full-year sales surpass $1 billion for the first time in 2010.

U.S.-Made Knit, Yarn Prices Spike in February

Wholesale prices for domestically made knit fabrics 34.5% above a year ago.

Vera Bradley Net Dips, but Above Street View

Fourth-quarter sales up 28.5% on direct sales ahead 61%.

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Georg Jensen Breaks Into Black

The Danish homeware and fine jewelry brand has turned a profit for the first time in a decade.

Accessory Network to Buy Yak Pak

New parent to boost product range, geographical reach.

Richemont Sees Slower Growth Ahead

Compagnie Financiere Richemont SA posts robust first-half sales and profits.

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Hermès Forecasts Record Year

Luxury firm Hermès reports 30 percent increase in sales in the third quarter, and said it is prepared to fight LVMH.

Warnaco Planning Major China Push

Company also expects business to grow in Brazil.

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Adidas Raises Forecast After Profits Jump

Adidas AG posts a 25 percent rise in third-quarter profit.

Komar to Buy Carole Hochman

Komar bolsters position as the biggest privately owned innerwear firm in the U.S through purchase of Carole Hochman.

Jones, Hanesbrands See Higher Prices Ahead

Shares of The Jones Group Inc. dropped 22 percent Wednesday.

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