Mass and Off-Price


Mass and Off-Price

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Uniqlo February Comps Slide 5%

The chain is coming off strong January numbers.

Lars Olofsson,

Boots to Make Beauty Products for Carrefour

Companies have inked a deal to bring a host of private label beauty products to customers of Europe’s largest retailer.

Daffy's Taps Caryn Lerner

For the first time in its 50-year history the privately owned off-price chain has a non-family member at the helm.


Slowing Traffic Weighing on Wal-Mart

Retailer is working to correct the misstep it made when it cut back offerings at its namesake discount stores.

Adolfo Dominguez Lands in Delhi

The brand is one of the few affordable luxury brands on offer in the country.

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First CityTarget Unit Planned for Chicago

The small-format concept store will measure about half the size of typical Targets.

H&M Same-Store Sales Rise 1 Percent in January

Including new stores, group sales advanced 9 percent in the period.

New York City Council Holds Wal-Mart Hearing

Retailer has yet to identify a site but has expressed interest in Gateway II, a shopping center in Brooklyn that doesn’t require City Council's approval.

Wal-Mart U.S. Names Chief Merchant

Duncan Mac Naughton succeeds John Fleming.

Calypso St. Barth Expands for Target

The collection will feature apparel, accessories and lingerie for women, clothing for girls and babies and home items.

Carrefour Said to Be Linking With India's Future Group

The parties declined to comment directly on the possibility of a deal but both said they are exploring business opportunities.

Carrefour Misses 2010 Operating Profit Target

World’s second-largest retailer blames one-off charges resulting from an audit in Brazil.

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