Department Stores


Department Stores

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Retail Leaders Stay the Course

Tansky, Farah and Tindell talk tough times at the NRF convention.

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NRF Advises Prudent Approach in 2009

At the NRF convention, J.C. Penney's ceo recommended cutting capital expenditure and being more prudent with inventories.

M&S Chief Upbeat Despite Layoffs, Poor Sales

Britain's largest clothing retailer tightens its operations.

Marks & Spencer Eyes Job Cuts

British retailer said to be considering trimming 1,000 posts following a tough holiday period.

Storms Challenge Holiday Shopping

Retailers trying to lure shoppers faced the added burdens of snow, ice and rain.

Kira Plastinina U.S. Stores Face Closure

For Russian teenage design phenom Kira Plastinina, it looks like a quick rise and fall in the U.S.

Saks Grows Men's Accessories

Saks Fifth Avenue adds accessories shops in three units.

Macy's Tweaks Credit Arrangements

Renegotiated facility eliminates capitalization from covenant calculation.

macy's, kohl's

Major Retailers Offer Extended Holiday Hours

Target Corp., Sam’s Club, Kohl’s Corp. and Macy’s Inc. extend hours in anticipation of a last-minute holiday rush.

Printemps in Paris Reopens After Bomb Scare

Threat forced temporary evacuation of store.


Year in Fashion: Safe Haven Online

So far, e-commerce is providing a shelter from the storm of the rest of a the retail world.

Year in Fashion: Fashion Crisis

Poor sales at retail can't be blamed solely on the sagging economy.

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