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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.

Retail Sales, Apparel Prices Rise

Two reports released Friday highlighted the long road ahead to full recovery for the apparel sector.

S&P retail index, Erika Maschmeyer, Paul Lejuez, Amy Noblin

Retail Stocks Welcome 2011 With Multiyear High

A solid holiday selling season and a rebound in the manufacturing sector helped solidify the feeling the economy is on the upswing.

State Statutes Could Complicate Saks Takeover

Tennessee law gives company additional leverage in event of acquisition attempt.

Retail Stocks Hit New High

S&P Retail Index at highest level since July 2007 after 0.3% gain Tuesday.

Retail Apparel Prices Rise Slightly in November

Overall CPI inches up.

H&M Same-Store Sales Rise 5 Percent In Financial Year

Swedish fast-fashion giant reports same-store sales rose 8 percent in November.

Inditex Profits Rise 42 Percent in Nine Months

Owner of Zara retail chain continues rapid expansion in Asia and online.

Frederick's of Hollywood
Shrinks Q1 Net Loss

The company said Tuesday that its "improving" retail business helped it narrow its first-quarter net loss.

Retail Stocks Fall 0.7% Monday

Dow ekes out small advance as overseas markets gain.

Mulberry Opens New Flagship as Profits Soar

The group reported the results Thursday, just days after opening a 5,400-square-foot store at 50 Bond Street.

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