Consumer Confidence Falls Below 100 in April

Consumer confidence fell to its lowest point of the year this month after a healthy pickup in March.

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Baltimore Police officers outside the Mondawmin Mall.


Baltimore Riots Dent Retail

Malls at the Baltimore harbor gave tenants the go-ahead to open their stores today, but that doesn't mean employees or customers showed up.

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Layoffs at Following E-Commerce Announcement

The hammer is beginning to fall at

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Cosmetic Promotions


Cosmetic Promotions Celebrates 25 Years

As Joann Marks celebrates the 25th anniversary of her company, she uses that bird’s eye view to identify — and help solve — major challenges mass beauty chains face.

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MLB Products


MLB Expands Product Offering

Major League Baseball licensees to offer bags, shoes and bow ties

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Gilt Testing Personal Closet Service

Gilt Groupe plans to continue testing a personal closet service that brings the e-commerce company into the physical world.

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Apple Watch


Apple in the Eye of Americans

Sales of Apple iPhones solidify market share of the smart phone segment.

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Chloe Grace Moretz in Coach's "Dreamers" spring campaign.


Coach Profits Fall 53.8%

North American sales down, in part due to reduced promotional events.

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Refinery29 Raises $50 Million

Refinery29 is evolving from its fashion roots and investing heavily in video and global expansion. The lifestyle Web site just raised $50 million.

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American Apparel


American Apparel Still Distancing Itself From Dov Charney

The new regime at American Apparel Inc. is still trying to distance itself from the company’s ousted founder Dov Charney.

– April 27, 2015