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J. Press

Men's

J. Press York Street Line to be Discontinued

The line will be renamed J. Press Blue and will retain its younger aesthetic.

– 4:18 PM, EST

Her Velvet Vase

Retail

Her Velvet Vase Bows in U.S.

Sisters Clare and Magdalena Chan started Her Velvet Vase, a blogshop, in Singapore. They've brought the concept to the U.S. with an e-commerce site.

– 1:56 PM, EST

Business

Europe, Asia Stocks Finish Down as U.S. Retail Stocks Slide

During the midday trading session U.S. issues were mostly in the red, but had resisted the steep declines of Europe and Asia following a thumbs-down vote in Greece over bailout terms for the troubled country.

– 1:16 PM, EST

The Markets

Li Ning Executive Resigns Leaving Label With No CEO In Sight

The Chinese sportswear maker's stock fell nearly 6 percent in Monday trading.

– 9:14 AM, EST

Business

Greek ‘No’ Vote Forces European, Asian Stock Markets Down

Retail, luxury stocks around the world fell Monday on new uncertainty about the future of Greece.

– 5:04 AM, EST

Business

Onward Profits Inch Up

A strengthening of high-profitability areas such as e-commerce and a low comparative base helped to boost the company’s bottom line.

– July 3, 2015

Beauty

L’Oréal’s Yichang Plant to Have Zero Carbon Footprint This Year

The move is part of the French beauty giant’s Sharing Beauty With All sustainability program.

– July 2, 2015

Exterior of an Aeropostale store.

Retail

Aéropostale Launches Asian Expansion Via Licensing Deals

In the first of several international licensing deals expected this year, Aéropostale Inc. said it inked a deal to open about 60 free-standing stores and 150 shops-in-shop in India and Indonesia.

– July 2, 2015

The Markets

Mass Faintings in Cambodia’s Garment Factories

Almost 400 workers fainted in four separate garment factories this week across Cambodia.

– July 2, 2015

Retail

Japanese Dept. Stores See Growth in June, Uniqlo Struggles

Japanese department stores saw higher sales in June as demand from tourists helped boost figures but fast-fashion brand Uniqlo's comps slid 11.7 percent.

– July 2, 2015