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Taking Stock of the U.S. Production Revival

Investments are up, exports are rising — now the only missing element in the Made in USA push is more jobs.

Hartmann Opens on Madison Ave.

The 1,734-square-foot unit is the American luggage brand's first U.S. store.

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Kering to Assume Control of Eyewear Business

French group plans to “evolve” its 20-year partnership with Italy’s Safilo.

Dollar General Raises Offer for Family Dollar

The new offer is valued at $9.1B.

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Saks Fifth Avenue Takes Steps to Build on Its Legacy

The $250 million renovation of the retailer's New York flagship is still a few years away, but Marigay McKee is executing other initiatives.

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Sale of Roberto Cavalli Seen by Mid-October

The Italian designer has signed a letter of intent to sell a 60 percent stake in his company to VTB Capital, according to market sources.

Saks to Unveil Content Hub for Customers

Created in partnership with Curalate, the hub is designed to highlight products purchased from the retailer’s stores and online.

Chris Nakatani Joins TAG as CEO

The TAG business includes the Foxcroft and Paperwhite women’s divisions and, in men’s, the Enro and Damon brands.

Luxottica Reshapes Management Team

Chairman Leonardo Del Vecchio is returning to take on a more active role as the company takes steps to increase profitability.

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Macy's New Bronx Store: Localization in Action

The retailer this month opened a three-level, 160,000-square-foot store in the Mall at Bay Plaza in Baychester, at the foot of Co-op City.

A&F Changes Strategy as Logos Lose Allure

Abercrombie & Fitch revealed Thursday it is moving away from the logo business, and will eventually exit the category entirely in its North American stores.

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