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Levi's Chip Bergh Upbeat Despite Tough Q2

The firm's ceo isn't letting a difficult second quarter affect his expectations for second-half strength at Levi Strauss & Co.

World Cup Lifts U.K. Consumer Spending to Four-Year High

British consumer spending grew at the fastest rate in four years in the second quarter as soccer fans bought more food and drinks in supermarkets and pubs.

Destination Maternity Confirms Interest in Mothercare

A combination of the American and British firms would create a global platform for maternity, baby and childrens' businesses.

SuperGroup Acquires Its Scandinavian Distributor

The move gives SuperGroup the rights to trade its Superdry brand in Denmark, Norway and Finland.

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Soccer Helps Nike Score in Q4

The U.S. Soccer team at the FIFA World Cup wasn’t the only American group to advance Thursday.

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Hanesbrands to Acquire DBApparel for $550M

Purchase of French owner of DIM would bolster European presence.

Lululemon's Chip Wilson Mulls Move

Shares rose 2.5 percent on Monday on indications that the company's founder is weighing options to change management or even its ownership.

Carlyle Group Sheds Stake in Moncler

CEP III, controlled by The Carlyle Group, has sold more than 17.8 million shares in the luxury firm, pulling out of the company.

Currency, Wholesale Changes Hit Prada Net

The luxury fashion house on Thursday reported a 23.8 percent drop in net profits for the first quarter.

PVH Still Bullish on Second Half After Tough Q1

CEO Emanuel Chirico expects Calvin Klein initiatives to take hold.

PVH Corp.'s Q1 Shy of Wall Street's Estimates

The company saw revenue gains in both the Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger businesses.

G-III's Q1 Beats Wall Street's Estimates

Strength in the wholesale business was the main contributor to the quarter.

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