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Abercrombie & Fitch, Dillard's, Aeropostale

Strong November Sales Lift Holiday Hopes

Same-store sales surpass expectations, teen sector shines.

American Apparel Grants 6.5M Shares to Employees

The cash-poor company financed those payments by selling 1.1 million treasury shares of its common stock to chairman and chief executive officer Dov Charney.

L&T Said Near Lease for New Store

The unit would be the retailer's first regular-price store opening in 10 years.

Sandy Neiman Joins Itochu

He will be responsible for developing businesses in North America for brands that are part of Itochu’s global network but not yet available here.

Ted Baker Expands With Themed Stores

When the Chicago unit opens, the retailer will operate 15 U.S. stores.

Meads Out, Johnson Promoted at Aéropostale

Retail shares hit new 52-week high as stocks climb on job, production data.

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Jos. A. Bank Profits Gain

Men's wear retailer still falls short of Wall Street expectations.

lvmh, hermes, arnault, thomas, dumas

Hermes v. LVMH: A French Battle

France’s latest corporate saga has it all: two of the nation’s richest families, acrimony and more than a soupçon of snobbism.

ICC: Stores Losing Dollars as Shoppers Lack Attention

Suggestive selling increases conversion rates.

Consumer Confidence Hits Highest Level in Five Months

Expectations component jumps to highest level since May.

Gilt to Launch Full-Price Men's Site

With a business that now exceeds $100 million in sales, Gilt Groupe is plunging into a permanent full-price men’s business.

Galeries Lafayette to Open First Asian Store in Beijing

The retailer and holding company I.T Limited will be 50-50 partners.

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