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Specialty Stores Cut Jobs

Department store workforce rises slightly.

Betsey Johnson Defaults, Steven Madden Steps In

In SEC filing, Steven Madden Ltd. said it had taken over a $48.8 million loan to Johnson’s firm, Betsey Johnson LLC.

G-III Shares Fly on Strong Quarterly Results

Earnings, guidance for G-III raised as Q2 results surpass estimates.

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Jones Signs Deal With Brian Atwood

Jones Apparel Group signs for contemporary brand named B Brian Atwood.

Tiffany Q2 Revenues Fall Short of Expectations

Shares of Tiffany & Co. fell more than 3 percent Friday.

Tod's Profits Rise in First Half

Tod's CEO Diego Della Valle predicts even stronger results in the second half.

Abercrombie & Fitch Posts Profit, Will Close 110 Stores

The teen retailer plans to close 60 stores this year.

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Frugal Shoppers Appear Here to Stay

Consumers engage more in online comparison shopping, mix price points and buy less.

Green Gets to Work on Government Review

British Cabinet Office announced that retail tycoon Sir Philip Green, will lead an external efficiency review into government spending.

Polo Board OKs Additional Stock Buyback

Polo Ralph Lauren Corp has the authorization to buy back a total of $569 million of its own stock.

McComb Sees Liz Claiborne on Verge of Turnaround

Investors gave Liz Claiborne a big thumbs-up Thursday, pushing the stock up 69 cents.

Prada Revenues Rise 29% in First Half

Prada Group reports sales in the Far East increased 70 percent.

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