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American Apparel Gets Temporary Lion Waiver

Vendor seeking to remove EBITDA covenant from loan.

Benetton Sees 'Slightly Higher' Profits

Despite gains in the Americas and Asia, higher costs of raw materials bit into the Italian clothing manufacturer's 2010 net profits.

Carrefour Mulls Spin Off

World’s second-largest retailer confirmed it was considering spinning off some of its assets in order to boost its valuation.

Dov Charney, Ron Burkle, Lion Capital, Tom Casey, EBITDA

American Apparel Financial Deadline Looms

Company faces EBITDA test today, could trigger loan default.

Retail Shares Down for Week

Friday’s 3% decline biggest drop for S&P Retail Index since July 16.

Retail Stocks Fall 2.8%

S&P Retail Index falls below 500 as investors weigh disappointing GDP, Egyptian tensions.

Abu Dhabi, Gulf Related, Related Companies, The Galleria, Sowwah Square, Rosewood, Four Seasons, Gulf Capital

Marvin Traub, Related Team in Abu Dhabi

Firms to open huge project.

Wal-Mart Vows to Improve Price Monitoring in China

Retailer responds to a China regulator, which claimed it found deceptive pricing practices in three of the retail giant’s locations.

J.C. Penney,

Dillard's REIT Plan Finds Fans

Investors rush into retail stocks in search of hidden value.

Orchard Brands Files Pre-pack Chapter 11

Catalogue operator of Blair, Appleseed’s seeks to rid itself of $420 million of debt.

J. Crew Extends Deadline for Rival Bids

Competing offers will be taken until Feb. 15.

J. Crew, TPG Capital/Leonard Green & Partners, mergers and acquisitions, Mickey Drexler, Sears, urban, go-shop provision

J. Crew Go-Shop Period Passes

No new offers reported as decline passes quietly.

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