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Dollar General Names Dreiling CEO

Richard W. Dreiling has joined Dollar General as CEO.

Fighting Customs Fraud

The National Council of Textile Organizations set up an online form the industry can use to report suspected customs fraud.

The Glass House

Zegna will unveil its new headquarters—a mammoth space that boasts four showrooms and pulls all of Zegna’s creative and directional divisions under one roof.

Earnest Sewn Signs Second L.A. Lease

Earnest Sewn has signed a 10-year lease for its second L.A. store.

M&S Bracing for Tough Year

Marks and Spencer PLC, long viewed as a bellwether for UK retail sales, is bracing itself for an uneasy 2008.

Oxford Reports Rise in Net Income

Oxford Industries reported a slight increase in net income to $12.6 million from $12.15 million for its fiscal quarter ended Nov. 30, 2007.

Hartmarx Axes Two Clothing Licenses, Downgrades Guidance

Hartmarx will terminate two more of its moderate tailored clothing licenses as part of its most recent plan to pull back from the channel.

Cone Names President of Denim Division

Thomas E. McKenna has been named president of the Cone Denim division of the International Textile Group, Inc.

Peerless Clothing Vet to Run HMX Tailored

Michael Parker has been named group president of HMX Tailored.

Rime's Reason: Street Couture

Susan Boyle has opened her own boutique, called Rime, at 157 Smith Street in the hip Brooklyn neighborhood of Boerum Hill.

Men's Manages Uptick In Soft Holiday Season

Men’s apparel definitely outperformed women’s wear during the holiday season.

Stussy to Double Retail Presence

Stussy is upping its commitment to retail, opening four flagships in the span of six months.

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