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Jos. A. Bank Launches B&T Web Site

Josbankbigandtall.com is dedicated to customers who require larger sizes.

J.C. Penney Adopts Poison Pill to Thwart Ackman

J.C. Penney CEO Myron E. “Mike” Ullman 3rd plays defense against activist investor William Ackman.

ppr, pinault, zeitz, puma

PPR Promotes Zeitz

French conglomerate PPR gears up for its next transformation act.

Doug Williams

Doug Williams:
HMX's New Captain

The ceo has left Hartmarx's baggage behind as he pilots HMX toward its goal of becoming a brand-focused global marketer.

Spencer Hart

Reinventing Savile Row

As a new generation discovers the benefits of bespoke, London’s most celebrated tailors have begun to tinker with tradition.

Rhinelander Revisited

Ralph Lauren’s Rhinelander, a Beaux Arts mansion on Madison Avenue, just reopened as a men's-only emporium. Here are highlights.

Carhartt Names New Marketing Chief

Michigan-based workwear manufacturer has named Tony Ambroza its new vice president of marketing

Wal-Mart Focuses on Core Customer

Wal-Mart U.S. is making changes to grow the top line and earnings per share.

August Imports Set Volume Record

Combined shipments of textiles and apparel reached 5.4 billion square meter equivalents, the highest since 1989.

Gap, the Gap

Gap Views Overseas As Key

Gap Inc. sees online growth and multichannel expansion overseas as counterbalancing the negative domestic comparable-store sales .

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Regional Department Stores Battle National Chains

The Bon-Ton Stores fights back.

At Cobb Show, Retailers Turn to Proven Performers

Buyers shop conservatively for men's wear.

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