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Glenn Murphy, ceo Gap Inc., Blake Nordsrom, president, Nordstrom Inc.

Gap, Nordstrom Talk Growth

CEO Murphy senses advantages ranging from brands to balance sheet.

Bidwell Departs Anthropologie Europe

James Bidwell, managing director Anthropologie Europe, has left the company as part of an international restructuring.

Gap to Open First Stores in Italy

Gap Inc. revealed plans to open the first Gap and Banana Republic stores in Italy this year.

miss jackson's, tulsa

Miss Jackson's Marks 100th

The Oklahoma retailer Miss Jackson’s draws shoppers from Tulsa’s wealthiest neighborhoods.

Kitson Sues Accessories Licensee

Retailer Kitson contends branded tote bags were marketed without permission.

uniqlo, Shanghai,

Uniqlo to Open Shanghai Flagship

Uniqlo will open its largest store in the world here this weekend, coinciding with this month’s launch of the World Expo.

browns, burstein

Browns Celebrates 40 Years

To mark its anniversary, the iconic designer boutique chain Browns has launched a special exhibition.

profits,

Urban Outfitters Profits Leap

Urban Outfitters, which operates the Anthropologie, Free People, Leifsdottir, Terrain and Urban Outfitters brands, reported record first-quarter earnings.

Barneys New York, contemporary, fourth floor, tom kalenderian, jay bell, david new, Barena, Chimala, Diesel Black Gold, Post O’alls, Gitman Vintage, Inis Meain, JanSport, Duluth Trading Co., Grown & Sewn, Gloverall, S.N.S. Herning,

Barneys Spotlights Men's Contemporary Labels

Barneys New York has identified contemporary sportswear as a category with significant growth potential.

Neely Tamminga Piper Jaffray, Thomas Reinckens, ceo

Caché Stock Climbs Despite Loss

Heavy discounting elevated Caché's net loss to $4.1 million.

Juicy Couture, Laura Mays, Edgar Huber

Juicy Couture to Open in Canada

Juicy Couture is entering Canada with its first freestanding store at the Yorkdale Shopping Centre in Toronto.

who.a.u.

Who.A.U. Opens on 34th Street

South Korean teen retailer Who.A.U. on Friday will open a 4,500-square-foot flagship at 22 West 34th Street here.

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