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Burberry Lowers Full-Year Guidance

Increasing headwinds from foreign exchange rates forced Burberry Group plc to lower its profit guidance.

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American Apparel Inks $25M Agreement With Standard General

The agreement reshapes the company's board and gives founder Dov Charney title of strategic consultant.

Measuring Market Cap: An Industry of Giants

The most valuable and dynamic fashion and beauty companies in the world are either big or fast.

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Diesel Sues Cybersquatters

The brand seeks about $300 million in damages from nine defendants responsible for counterfeit products and 83 unauthorized Web sites.

Wal-Mart Gaining Steam With Made-in-U.S. Push

The retail giant on Tuesday held its first open call for U.S. vendors at the company’s Bentonville, Ark., headquarters.

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Levi's Chip Bergh Upbeat Despite Tough Q2

The firm's ceo isn't letting a difficult second quarter affect his expectations for second-half strength at Levi Strauss & Co.

Political, Economic Uncertainty Weigh on Russian Consumer Spending

Improvements are expected starting in 2017, according to Fondazione Altagamma.

Cambodia Factory Numbers Grow

Despite months of industry turmoil, garment factory registration increased to 1,200, up 8 percent from the number recorded at the end of 2013.

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Neal Kusnetz Departs Robert Graham

The apparel brand's longtime president and founding partner has left the company, according to market sources.

Standard's Tough Road at American Apparel

Standard General is poised to move into the driver’s seat at the retailer — but it’s still not clear just where the colorful basics company is going.

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Neiman Marcus Taps Liz Asay for Last Call Division

She was formerly senior vice president of e-commerce and Sephora at J.C. Penney Co. Inc.

Target Hires Three Senior Tech Execs

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

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