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Target Hires Three Senior Tech Execs

The senior-level hires will be responsible for leading teams across information technology, e-commerce and digital products.

Karstadt CEO Resigns

Eva-Lotta Sjöstedt has left the firm after joining it six months ago.

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Nordstrom Unveils Poketo Pop-In Shop

Pop-In@Nordstrom, a series of themed pop-ups located at the retailer’s eight flagship locations, is the brainchild of Olivia Kim, director of creative projects.

U.S. to Bangladesh: More Must Be Done

The U.S. Trade Representative’s office said Wednesday that the Asian nation has failed to meet several criteria outlined in an action plan.

First Half Global M&A Value: $1.57T

The U.S. leading the way with mergers and acquisitions totaling $694.6 billion.

American Apparel Saga Continues

Would-be buyers of the firm are sitting on the sidelines until the dust settles.

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Dov Charney vs. American Apparel: Game of Tactics

While most of the recent action has come from the ousted founder's rush to add to his stake, details might come out of the investigation that led to his firing.

J.C. Penney Files Appeal in Macy's Case

The retailer has filed an appeal to a ruling ordering Penney’s to pay damages and attorney fees for interfering with a contract between Macy's and MSLO.

Moody's: Stores Still Needed as Online Traffic Grows

Online apparel sales are expected to rise 16 percent by 2016.

Marks & Spencer Shifts Executive Roles

The retailer disclosed a series of changes as part of the firm’s aim to “drive greater accountability and responsibility across the business.”

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Crime Museum Takes on Counterfeits

Counterfeit crimes are in the spotlight at a new gallery at the Crime Museum in Washington, D.C.

American Eagle Sets U.K. Launch

Three stores planned for fall openings, two with aerie shops.

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