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E-tailers Make Major Brick-and-Mortar Play

Brands that were born online, such as Bonobos, Warby Parker and BaubleBar, and even industry giant Amazon.com, are pushing into the brick-and-mortar space.

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Week in Review: 03/29/2014

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

Front-Runners: Men's Retailers Reveal What's Selling Now

After a solid holiday season, the polar vortex has cast a pall over the men's business during the first three months of 2014.

Accountability Stressed at Senate Cyber Hearing

The Committee on Commerce, Science & Transportation pushed the need for chief executives and boards to take responsibility for cybersecurity.

Retail Remains Open in Ukraine

Tensions between the West and Russia may be rising over Crimea, but that hasn’t stopped European brands in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev from trading.

No Damage in L.A. Quake

A magnitude 4.4 earthquake struck Los Angeles at 6:25 a.m. Monday.

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Chengdu Becomes China's Latest Retail Hot Spot

The capital of Sichuan Province is quickly becoming a bright spot for retailers, especially high-end and luxury brands.

Aventura Mall in Miami to Expand

The mall is embarking on another round of expansion with construction on a three-level, 241,000-square-foot retail wing and parking garage.

Wal-Mart Sold on Made in USA

On Thursday, Wal-Mart revealed that the cumulative spending on U.S. sourced goods over the decade will total $250 billion.

Thai Protests Hit Retail, Economy

Bangkok has been hit by a new wave of protests, this time commanded mainly by upper-class and upper-middle-class residents.

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Retailing's Battlefield: Fight for Market Share

Retailers are coping with slow growth by battling to take market share from competitors.

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Chinese Villages Focus on Taobao Online Shops

“Taobao villages” are popping up all over rural China in what might be a model for a new phase of low-impact, big-profit businesses in the region.

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