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Puma Opens Eco-Friendly Concept

Revamped Paris flagship features high-tech interactive elements and sustainable design.

Hanesbrands Profits Up 31.8% in Quarter

The firm raises full-year guidance based on strong first-quarter results.

gold, World Gold Council, Juan Carlos Artigas, Victor van der Kwest, ABN AMRO, Patti Geolat, David Lamb, Gurhan, inflation, silver, vintage jewelry, John Lonski, Moody's Analytics

Gold Price Soars on Economic Fears

Rising metals prices have resulted in some jewelry firms becoming creative in their designs.

Gap Inc., Stephen Sunnucks, John Ermatinger, reorganization, Gap International,

Gap International Reorganized

Apparel chain will combine its four international operations into one in London headed by Stephen Sunnucks.

burberry, earnings,

Burberry Revenues Climb 31%

The Prorsum and London collections performed particularly well, as did scarves and shoes.

Bijan Pakzad, Michael Jordan Cologne, Bijan, Rodeo Drive,

Bijan Pakzad, Rodeo Drive Pioneer, Dies at 71

His exclusive showroom solidified Rodeo Drive’s reputation as a luxury shopping destination.

kosmix, Venky Harinarayan, Anand Rajaraman, @WalmartLabs, global multichannel strategy, Junglee, Social genome, TweetBeat,

Wal-Mart to Buy Kosmix

Mass retailer to re-enter social media with new @WalmartLabs team that will create technologies around social and mobile commerce.

Retail Stocks Slip 0.8% Monday

Markets recover some of ground lost following S&P cut to the U.S.

Douglas Ewert to Step Up as Men's Wearhouse CEO in June

George Zimmer steps aside, but remains on board as executive chairman.

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Silver Setting a High Bar

The price of the precious metal is skyrocketing, and it shows no signs of waning, yet demand is higher than ever.

Industry Strategizes to Battle Inflation

Apparel inflation is averaging 17.4 percent for most retailers, with some seeing increases as high as 30 percent.

E-mail Security Breach Ensnares Polo, Others

Lacoste, New York & Co., Target, Bebe Stores and Eddie Bauer were also affected.

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