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Charlie Hebdo, attack, terrorism, retail, outlook, Hollande, terrorism attack, Anne Hidalgo

Paris Retail Feared at Risk After Attack

At one of its busiest times of year — France’s semiannual sales campaign — the nation’s capital was left reeling from its worst terrorist attack in years.

Bloomingdale’s, National Basketball Association, NBA, Kevin Harter, all star game

Bloomingdale's, NBA Team Up for All-Star Game

Following a successful collaboration with the NFL for last year’s Super Bowl, Bloomingdale’s is now teaming up with the NBA.

J.C. Penney, comparable-store sales, comps, jcp, penney's, stock, holiday,

J.C. Penney Sees Same-Store Sales Jump

Shares shot up more than 18 percent in early after-hours trading Tuesday.

Stuart Weitzman, Coach, acquisition, Victor Luis, footwear, handbags, wall street, stock

Coach, Stuart Weitzman $574M Deal Met With Skepticism

Many analysts were lukewarm at best over the acquisition.

NY Textile Week, Texworld, Premiere Vision, Kingpins, new york, nyc, Lenzing, MRket, Andrew Olah, textiles, made in america, made in usa, denim,

NYC Textile Week Comes Into Focus

The new concept is meant to establish New York as the destination for textile and sourcing professionals in the global fashion, home and related industries.

Saban Brands, Mambo, Daniel Castle, Saban, acquisition, sale, surf, skate, lifestyle

Saban Brands Purchases Mambo

Established in 1984 by Dare Jennings, the Australian fashion and lifestyle brand celebrated its 30th anniversary last year.

NRF to Honor Retail's Contributors

Twenty-five individuals will be celebrated for their contributions to the future of retailing at the NRF Foundation's inaugural dinner gala.

Men’s wear, ath-leisure, Marshal Cohen, NPD Group, trends, 2015 outlook

Slim Suits, Ath-leisure Driving Men's Business

Men's wear was among the hottest categories in 2014, and expectations are high that the momentum will continue into the new year.

oil, price, crude-oil exports, China, Asia, consumer spending

Oil Price Drop Has Pluses and Minuses

The oil price collapse in 2014 has been a boon for U.S. consumers and bad news for financial markets.

Gold Expected to Drive Margins in 2015-16

With the dollar rising and the price of oil falling, gold is losing its value, meaning that jewelers can expect to pay less for the precious metal.

Boodles, British pound, Michael Wainwright, Patek Philippe, Boodles,

Weaker Currencies Shake Up Luxury

The stronger pound has been a “major headwind” for tourist spending in the U.K., according to a new report.

New York, Brooklyn, Williamsburg, mall, rent, Robert Knakal, Massey Knakal, real estate, 2015 outlook, retail,

No Ebb Seen in Rising Real Estate Prices

In 2014, asking rents in New York broke records, Brooklyn neighborhoods came into their own, and American mall operators got creative.

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