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Brunello Cucinelli Revenues Up

A rise in global exports and growth in all its sales channels lifted the company's revenues in the first six months of the year.

Michael Kors Shares Rise for Second Day

Investors see buying opportunity.

American Apparel Shareholders Seek Resignation of Board Members

Bigger Capital Fund, Bachelier LLC and the Bigger Family have sent a letter to the company's board seeking the resignation of David Danziger and Allan Mayer.

LVMH Settles With Ebay

The French group and auction site announced “a cooperative effort to protect intellectual property rights and combat counterfeit.”

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Suitsupply Opens in South Africa

The Dutch retailer has set up a pop-up shop a sprawling, colonial-style villa in the posh Johannesburg suburb of Hyde Park for the next six months.

Internet Sales Tax Bill Revived in Senate

Retailers' efforts to close the Internet sales tax loophole just found new life on Capitol Hill.

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Macy's Rethinking Brooklyn Unit's Future

The retailer has put the renovation of its Brooklyn flagship on hold and is considering a sale of the property to redevelop the site, according to sources.

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H&M N.Y. Flagship to Sell All Offerings

When the world's biggest H&M opens Thursday customers will see all the retailer’s product categories under one roof for the first time in the U.S.

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Alibaba's Jack Ma Thinking (Really) Big

Attendees at a business conference in Tokyo got a sense of just how audacious Ma's ambitions are: He wants to be bigger than Wal-Mart Stores Inc.

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Source Africa Shows Continent's Potential

The promise of Africa as a viable production venue is beginning to bear fruit, according to experts at the Cape Town trade fair.

Sunny Diego Returns to Saks Fifth Avenue

The longtime men’s wear merchant has returned to the company as vice president and divisional merchandise manager of men’s sportswear.

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China Policy Hits Cotton Prices

The country is unwinding its massive stockpiles of cotton and readying to implement direct-farmer subsidies.

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