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Week in Review: 11/15/2014

WWD highlights the 10 must-read stories of the week.

Retailers Report Strong Singles' Day Results, Dang Dang and Yihaodian see strong growth in business on the year.

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Baz Luhrmann & Co. Bring Razzle-Dazzle to Barneys' Holiday

Unlike static installations of the past, the retailer is honing in on active performance with this season's Baz Dazzled Holiday campaign.

Panic at the Ports as Holiday Looms

By industry estimates, a five-day port shutdown on the West Coast could cost the economy nearly $2 billion a day.

Week in Review: 11/8/2014

WWD highlights the 10 must-read stories of the week.

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Tom Doctoroff Releases New Book, 'Twitter Is Not a Strategy'

Despite the title, Twitter isn’t a major subject of the book, due for release on Tuesday.

Retailers Mull Whether Worth Ruining Thanksgiving by Opening

As the holidays near, retailers face a dilemma: Open on Thanksgiving and stand accused of ruining a national holiday or stay closed and risk losing sales.

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Kazakhstan's Thriving Luxury Market Continues to Gain Steam

Central Asia's tallest building, the Esentai Tower, reflects both the ambitions of real estate developer Capital Partners and the country’s demand for luxury.

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Battersea Retail Project Powers Up

The $12.9 billion development in London launches its road show.

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New York City Police Commissioner William Bratton Talks Retail Security

Bratton encouraged attendees to work together to help offset crime affecting fashion and retail.

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José de Jesús Legaspi and Rick J. Caruso on the Future of Brick and Mortar

If the Internet and the economy haven’t already dented the shopping mall industry, then its own detachment from consumers will hasten its downfall.

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Tokyo Gets More Salable

Designers and retailers may have withstood a typhoon during this city’s six-day fashion week, but economic headwinds are still gusting.

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