By  on November 16, 2009

There’s still an uncertain future, no chief executive in sight and no cause to be bullish. Yet Barneys New York said business is picking up and so is the outlook, at least for the near term.

Sales rose 7 percent on a comparable-store basis in October after being down 9 percent in September, executives told WWD last week. Increased regular-price selling and new marketing and merchandising approaches are also lifting spirits for the fourth quarter.

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