NEW YORK — Department stores are revamping their moderate-priced merchandise offerings, in what should be a pivotal season for the depressed category.

It’s not quite an upheaval, nor are department stores ready yet to give the heave-ho to many of the traditional brands they’ve sold for decades. But they’ve become increasingly disillusioned by what manufacturers have been offering and are starved for top-line growth.

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