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Doug Ewert, men's wearhouse, acquisition, jos. a. bank, deal, buyout

Men's Wearhouse, Jos. A. Bank Merger Complete

The acquisition was through an all-cash tender offer for the outstanding shares of Jos. A. Bank common stock.

Italia Independent, Andrea Tessitore, paris, eyewear,

Italia Independent Opens Paris Store

The company has planted its first store in Paris as it ramps up its retail expansion to telegraph the “lifestyle” ambitions of the eyewear-driven brand.

Wal-Mart Advances Made in USA Plan

The retailer is determined to give a boost to apparel and textile production in America.

Ralph Lauren, James Smithson Bicentennial Medal, Hillary Rodham Clinton,

Ralph Lauren Receives Bicentennial Medal

The designer came to the nation’s capital to be presented with the James Smithson Bicentennial Medal by Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Value Retail, China, Burt Tansky, Marvin Traub Associates,

Burt Tansky Touts Value Retail China Play

The developer’s opportunity in China lies in capturing emerging middle- and upper-class consumers.

@WalmartLabs Buys Stylr App

The retailer purchased Stylr, a fashion app that allows users to search for apparel in nearby stores.

Under Armour to Open Chicago Store

The Baltimore-based activewear brand will open a 30,000-square-foot store at 600 North Michigan Avenue in March.

Men’s wear, Pitti Uomo, Umberto Angeloni, Bain & Co., Fondazione Altagamma,

Industry Leaders Cite Focus as Key for Growth

Men’s wear is expected to continue to grow this year, but with economic turbulence around the world, it’s going to take clear vision and razor-sharp messaging.

j.c. penney, macy's, martha stewart, ruling, case

Macy's Wins Case Against J.C. Penney

Manhattan state court judge Jeffrey Oing handed down a ruling that Penney's "tortiously" interfered with Macy's agreement with MSLO.

Sycamore Seen Targeting Express Buy

Wall Street at least believes a Sycamore Partners purchase of Express Inc. is going to happen.

Bangladesh Delegation Visits Washington

A delegation from Bangladesh led by Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed visited here last week.

digital, job market, 24 Seven,

Fashion's Talent, Firms' Higher-Tech Needs Out of Sync

The still-unsatisfied demand for digital talent has added a bit of a silver lining to a job market that for many in the fashion world remains cloudy.

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