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Kate Spade Stock Drops on Margin Concerns

Shares plummeted 25.4 percent on Tuesday, even though the company posted a substantial narrowing of its second-quarter loss from a year ago.

Japanese Companies Raise Prices

Japanese companies are finally starting to pass on higher costs to their customers just as the economy stumbles.

Dairy Farm to Pay $925 Million for Stake in Yonghui Superstores

The company will also collaborate with Yonghui in areas including procurement, fresh food processing and store development.

WWD Global Stock Tracker Off 2.5% in First Month

Perry Ellis International Inc. advanced the most of the 100 international fashion, luxury, retail and beauty firms monitored on the tracker.

Indonesia's Matahari Department Store Says CVC Sold 11.5% Stake

It's the second time the private equity firm had sold a sizeable block of shares in the Indonesian retail store operator this year.

Urban Outfitters Said Eyeing Lorna Jane

The Philadelphia-based retailer is said to be taking part in the Credit Suisse-run auction for the Australia-based activewear chain.

Lululemon Founder Chip Wilson Selling 20.1M Shares to Advent

The $845 million deal gives the private equity firm control of 13.9 percent of activewear company and two board seats.

Consumer Discretionary Turns Hot With ETFs Showing Biggest Shift

Money is starting to flood into exchange-traded funds that focus on media and retail companies.

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July Sales End Retailers' Q2 on Up Note

Ann Inc. reduces guidance as quarterly sales trend decelerates.

Ralph Lauren Net Hit by Retail Investments

While first quarter results were better than expected, profits still slid 10.5 percent for the period.

Moody's: Lease Expirations to Free Up Cash

Report indicates a reduction in obligations of about one-third by 2018.

China's ANTA Sports H1 Profit Beats Forecasts, Eyes Acquisitions

China's biggest footwear retailer by market value, posted a forecast-beating 28 percent rise in first-half net profit on Wednesday.

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