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U.S. Firms Look to Turn Up Heat on Bangladesh

House lawmakers urge importers to speak out publicly.

Charming Shoppes Weathers Fashion, Earnings Misses

Bottom-line results improve at Express and Collective Brands.

Carrefour Returns to Black

The world’s second-largest retailer reported first-half net profits of 82 million euros.

Tiffany Q2 Revenues Fall Short of Expectations

Shares of Tiffany & Co. fell more than 3 percent Friday.

SEC Loosens Proxy Regulations

New guidelines by Securities and Exchange Commission make it easier for minority shareholders to seek board seats.

Coldwater Creek Swings to Profit

Coldwater Creek shares jumped more than 40 percent Wednesday after posting a a surprise profit in Q2.

jim o'donnell, martin + osa, store closures,

American Eagle Net Falls in Q2

American Eagle Outfitters said it would close 50 to 100 stores in the next two to five years.

PacSun Pens Modern Amusement Deal

The retailer also reported a second-quarter loss.

American Apparel Receives NYSE AMEX Letter

American Apparel Inc. said Monday it received a letter from the NYSE AMEX warning that the retailer was in danger of being delisted.

Analysts: Rising Costs to Impact Key Firms

UBS analysts name J. Crew, Ralph Lauren, Dollar Tree, VF among firms exposed to increased expenditures.

Dress Barn Inc. Wants to be Renamed Ascena Retail Group Inc.

Shareholders to decide at annual meeting on Dec. 8th.

earnings, second quarter earnings, wear-to-work assortment,

Ann Taylor Moves to Profit in Second Quarter

Specialty retailer Ann Taylor posted a profit of $18.6 million, compared with a loss of $18 million in the year-ago period.

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