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NLRB Rules for Bergdorf Goodman in Union Case

The decision indicated that the board is taking decisions about union bargaining units within stores on a case-by-case basis.

USTR Calls for Expansion of AGOA

The Obama administration is in consultation with Congress over renewing and updating the African Growth & Opportunity Act.

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Puma Banking on Marketing Push as Q2 Earnings Slide

The German activewear firm, which reported a 5.8 percent drop in sales in the period, is eager to launch the largest global marketing campaign in its history.

Iconix Eyes International Growth

For the second quarter ended June 30, the group saw a slide in profits despite record revenue gains.

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MW Aims to Be U.S.' Top Men's Wear Retailer

The company said it will work to grow tuxedo rentals, made in the USA suits, custom suits, preppy merchandise offerings and national brands.

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Production Playing Field Leveling Out Worldwide

A more democratic era has emerged in global sourcing thanks a series of events and shifting buying patterns.

Condé Nast Seeking Publisher for Details Magazine

Kevin Martinez jumped ship two weeks ago to join rival Maxim in the same role and took eight Condé Nast employees with him.

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Topshop Looks Toward Global Expansion

The fall ad campaign featuring Cara Delevingne is just the beginning of what could well be a pivotal year for the brand.

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Fashion Advertising: Controversy — Where Has It Gone?

After shifts from the shocking and suggestive to the socially conscious and aspirational, the fashion industry has entered a new state of advertising: tame.

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LVMH Profits Slide on Asia Slump

The French luxury giant reported a 4.3 percent dip in net profits in the six months to June 30 to 1.51 billion euros, or $2.07 billion.

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Retailers Seek Unique Pieces for Spring

Independent merchants were in an upbeat mood as they visited the booths at Project, Liberty, MRket, Capsule and Agenda in New York this week.

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