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sears, krauter, Lana Cain Krauter, senior vice president, president, apparel business, Bealls Department Stores, J.C. Penney, Bruce Johnson, Kmart,

Sears Taps Lana Cain Krauter

Industry veteran to head apparel unit.

macy's, bloomingdale's, ecommerce, lundgren

Macy's Bulks Up E-Commerce

In a dramatic buildup of its online operations, Macy’s Inc. will add 725 positions at and over the next two years.

Congress, Obama, Dave Camp, South Korea, U.S. Association of Importers of Textiles and Apparel, Thea Lee, AFL-CIO, China, currency,

New Congress Faces Range of Industry Issues

Many fear gridlock, but international trade could provide common ground for the legislators.

South Korea, China, Trans-Pacific Partnership, Doha, currency manipulation, Intellectual property rights, American Apparel & Footwear Association

Trade Winds Could Be More Brisk in 2011

Trade negotiations — such as the new regional free trade agreement called the Trans-Pacific Partnership — are a priority for the Obama administration.

S&P retail index, Erika Maschmeyer, Paul Lejuez, Amy Noblin

Retail Stocks Welcome 2011 With Multiyear High

A solid holiday selling season and a rebound in the manufacturing sector helped solidify the feeling the economy is on the upswing.

retail, walmart, target, apple, forever 21, sears,

Holiday 2010: Winners and Losers in Retail

Analysis shows that Apple and Amazon were among retailers that gained in market share.

Retail Stocks Finish 2010 With 23.5 Percent Gain

S&P retail index flirts with historic high dating back to early 2007.

Roger Milliken, Milliken & Co., Auggie Tantillo, Globalization, Imports, Hollings

Roger Milliken Dies at 95

Textile titan led industry fights for decades.

Wal-Mart SuerCenter, NYC, Charles Barron, Brooklyn, Bronx, Target, Sam's Clubs, Christine Quinn, Manhattan

Wal-Mart Adopts New Strategy in Quest for NYC Store

The retailer is armed with an arsenal of store formats, including some never-before-seen concepts.

Sean Cassidy, Lafaurie

Sean Cassidy Expands in Men's Specialty Retail

The retailer will open new Sean stores and enter the wholesale business next year.

China, Hangzhou, Tianjin, Nanjing, Dalian, Suzhou, Shenzhen

China's Next Boom Towns for Luxury

Increasingly wealthy second- and third-tier cities are the new battlegrounds for high-end retailers.

These Asian Firms Are on the Prowl

A list of some of the major players in the market for new global brands.

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