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Snow, holiday, Milan, Italy

Retailers Coping With Snow in Italy

Business in Italy is disrupted after as much as 10 inches of snow falls on the northern part of country.

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Brazilian Fitness Brand Track & Field Plans U.S. Push

Track & Field, a high-end fitness and lifestyle apparel brand with 36 stores in Brazil, wants to tap into the $30 billion U.S. fitness industry.

pop-up shops, retailing, temporary stores,

Novelty Fading for Pop-Up Shops

Pop-up shop concept, the hottest trend in retailing this year, may be wearing thin.

scoop, susan davidson, swing shop, scoop after dark,

Scoop Opens 'Swing Shop'

Scoop's boutique at 875 Washington Street in Manhattan, formerly called Scoop It Up, is now known as Scoop After Dark.

Esprit Takes Control of China Operations

Esprit Holdings Limited said it has agreed to buy out its joint-venture partner in China and acquire 100 percent of its operations in the country.

dress barn, jaffe

Dress Barn Raises Guidance

Dress Barn Inc. on Wednesday raised its guidance for fiscal 2010 profits by 15 cents and said it has been buoyed by consumers trading down from other retailers.

Retail Stocks Drop 1.2% Tuesday

S&P Index fell 1.2 yesterday, as pressure on margins at Best Buy worries investors.

abercrombie & fitch

Abercrombie & Fitch Creates Stir in Tokyo

Abercrombie & Fitch’s new flagship opening in Ginza drew hundreds of shoppers; models, many barely dressed, roamed the shop floor.

esprit

Esprit Plots Growth, Seeks Revival in U.S.

Esprit is trying to recapture the glory days when founders Doug and Susie Tompkins, who were then husband and wife, were running the company.

barneys new york, dubai world, abu dhabi, istithmar

Barneys' Reprieve: Abu Dhabi Bails Out Dubai

Barneys' ultimate parent company, Dubai World's, gets lifeline, enabling the luxe retailer to put off a sale or bankruptcy — for now.

who.a.u.

Korean Retailer Who.A.U. to Open in N.Y.

The little-known youth-oriented foreign retailer Who.A.U. is trying to break into the U.S. market.

Boston_Louis Boston_Newbury Street

Boston's Newbury Street Evolves

Quirky independent retailers proliferate on Newbury Street as chains shut units.

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