Trends and Analysis


Trends and Analysis

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Revlon Enters Minerals, Expands Almay

Revlon Inc. is getting a fresh start in the new year with the launch of ColorStay Minerals, a mineral makeup line, and a Limited Edition Collection. The...

Democracy at the Mall: Giant Costco Moving In To Fill Anchor Store Void

Meet the latest incarnation of a mall anchor - Costco.

A Season in the Balance: Hopeful Retailers Brace For Eleventh-Hour Blitz

It's the holiday homestretch and fashion retailers are groping to meet sales and profit goals.

French Streetwear Brands See Green

With everything from bamboo skateboards to bags made of recycled billboards, brands are increasingly taking eco messages to the streets.

Store Openings Lift Inditex Profits in Qtr.

Inditex, the Spanish retailer that runs the Zara chain, on Wednesday reported better-than-expected third-quarter profits, but disappointing sales as...

'Green Monday' Bolsters Online Seasonal Business

The second Monday of December has been the biggest shopping day for online retailers, and this year appears to have been no different.

Singing Holiday Blues: European Retailers On Edge About Season

Just like their U.S. counterparts, European retailers are waiting to see whether the holiday shopping pageant will be a comedy or a tragedy as the season...

Plenty of Activity at ICSC Conference

The International Council of Shopping Centers' 2007 New York National Conference and Deal Making lived up to its name despite the troubling economic news...

Retail Focus Fuels Guess

The momentum keeps building at Guess Inc. as the company logs double-digit gains in Q3 earnings and sales and raised its guidance.

Post-Black Friday Traffic Slow, but Normal

Compared with the din of Black Friday, this month's retail traffic simmered down, but retailers still aren't pushing the panic button.

Selfridges, Harrods Go Deeper Into Accessories

Although "It" bags that sell for thousands of dollars may build buzz about accessories, two London department stores are spotlighting some often-overlooked...

Hooray for Weak Dollar: Flood of Tourists Boosts Retailers' Holiday Traffic

Foreigners could be the salvation of this year's holiday retail season. While the sluggish economy and high gas prices may be leaving Americans feeling a...

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