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David Zant, Kathryn Bufano, Jan Clevenger, David Luoma, promotion, executive vice president, general merchandising manager, men’s, home, kids

Jan Clevenger Moves Up Belk Ranks

She has been promoted to executive vice president and general merchandising manager of men’s, home and kids.

retail, earnings, q2, second, quarter, Craig Johnson, Customer Growth Partners, promotions, outlook, margins, Macys, Macy's, TJX, Ross, Sears, Aeropostale, JCP, J.C. Penney, Bon-Ton, Target, Walmart, VF Corp, J Brand,

Promotions Expected to Hit Retail Earnings

Retailers managed to pick themselves up after a disastrous start to the year — but they’re still just limping into the second half.

american apparel, q2, second quarter, earnings, Dov Charney

American Apparel Trims Q2 Loss

Sales flat in quarter as gross margin and operating expenses decline.

New Retail Mecca: Lower Manhattan

With sweeping transformation hitting the area, retailing is gaining promise and getting pricier.

Coach Gives Back Some of Its M&A-Rumor Gains

Shares of company slip 1.4 percent on Monday after a 5.4 percent run on Friday.

Eric Schneiderman, barneys, racial profiling, Trayon Christian, Kayla Phillips, settlement, case, Al Sharpton

Barneys New York Settles Racial Profiling Probe

The retailer has agreed to pay $525,000 in costs, fees and penalties and to take a series of remedial actions.

Roberto Cavalli, VTB Capital, VTB Group, sale, investment, stake, acquisition,

Roberto Cavalli Nears Deal With VTB Capital

The designer is said to be close to signing a deal to sell 60 percent of his namesake company for 500 million euros, or $667.5 million.

Tony Spring, Bloomingdale’s, Bloomingdales, executive, Macys, Macy's, fashion, designers, Michael Gould,

Tony Spring Outlines Bloomingdale's Future

Executive talks about the challenges of the department store's “evolution.”

M3/Relativity, Mark Weber, M3, media, digital, strategic adviser, LVMH, Donna Karan, Kimberly Ovitz, Mitch Grossbach, Matthew Hunt, Martin Dolfi

Mark Weber Joins M3/Relativity as Adviser

The new role will be separate from Weber’s positions as ceo of LVMH Inc./USA and chairman and ceo of Donna Karan International, which he will maintain.

Bal Harbour Shops, Miami, retailers, Ferragamo, Neiman Marcus, Neimans, Saks, Saks Fifth Avenue, Akris, Rag & Bone, The Webster, John Varvatos, Oscar de la Renta,

Bal Harbour Revamps Offerings

The Miami mall is seeing its retailers relocate, expand and renovate current stores, while also attracting new American and European brands.

Human Rights Key Issue at Ralph Lauren Annual Meeting

The company has its own initiatives on ensuring humane working conditions.

tod's, profits, sales, china, diego della valle, milan, tods, luxury, slowdown, China,

Tod's Joins Luxe Pack Seeing Profits Fall

The company said net profits in the first half of the year dropped 26 percent as sales slowed as a result of a challenging environment in China.

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