Gerry Weber Buys Hallhuber

Munich-based Hallhuber and Hallhuber Donna will be managed as stand-alone brands within the Gerry Weber portfolio.

Liquidations Expected After the Holidays

This wasn’t exactly a big year for high-profile, mega bankruptcies in the fashion sector — more likely, expect filings come January.

American Apparel Said to Draw Bid

Dov Charney is working with private equity firm Irving Place Capital on a bid to acquire the retailer that he founded.

American Apparel Shares Up 44.9%

The spike follows the ouster of founder Dov Charney.

Kaufhof Adapts to Survive as Germans Lose Retail Tradition

At Frankfurt’s Galeria Kaufhof, the department store’s trademark green banners and bags point to 135 years of tradition.

Chinese Shopping "Agents" Cash in on Russian Currency Slide

These shopping "agents", knows as "daigou", stockpile the products before selling them at a profit to buyers back home.

Robert Graham Said Seeking an Investor

The manufacturer has been pounding the pavement looking for an investor, according to two market sources.

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Edward Lampert Blogs on Store Closures

The company will begin 2015 with 1,700 Sears and Kmart big-box stores in operation, representing about 200 million square feet of space.

Brazil October Retail Sales Rise More Than Analysts Forecast

Sales increased as consumers continued to shop in the face of higher interest rates.

Warm Weather Hits Superdry

Parent of clothing brand reports 30 percent drop in first-half profits.

Inditex Nine-Month Net Rises 1%

The Spanish fast-fashion retailer said net sales gained 7 percent during the nine months ended Oct. 31.

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