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Retail Apparel Prices Rise 0.2% in May

Retail apparel prices increased in May compared with April, but fell 0.6 percent compared with a year earlier.

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Retailers See Uptick in Father's Day Sales

A new survey shows consumers will spend an average of $94.32 on Father’s Day gifts this year.

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Department Stores Adapt and Transform

Execs at Global Department Store Summit in New York say the sector has turned a corner.

NRF Survey Shows Decline in Shrinkage

Some improvement seen in 2009 for retail merchandise losses.

Metropark USA Withdraws IPO Plans

The 69-unit Metropark chain cites 'changed circumstances' as reason for withdrawal.

Former Aeropostale Supplier Indicted on Fraud Charges

Douglas Dey, the owner of a former supplier of Aéropostale, was arraigned in Brooklyn federal court in connection with a multimillion-dollar kickback scheme.

Vertical Retailers Dominate Retail Health Ratings

Aéropostale and Urban Outfitters placed second and third respectively in Consensus Advisors’ annual Retailer Health Ratings.

Retail Apparel Sales Drop in May

Clothing and accessories store sales declined 1.3 percent in May compared with a month earlier, the U.S. Commerce Department reported Friday.

Neiman Rating Raised, Barneys Unchanged

Standard & Poor’s Ratings Service took Barneys off CreditWatch without changing its “CCC” rating.

K&G, Moores, guidance, estimates

Men's Wearhouse Profits Jump

Upper end of 2nd-qtr. guidance for Men's Wearhouse matches analysts' views.

Retail Criminals Turn Brazen

NRF study shows thieves are bolder but fewer stores are victimized.

Inditex Net Jumps 63% in Quarter

Sales rose 14 percent to 2.66 billion euros, or $3.61 billion.

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