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Retail

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.

Retail

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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Media

Layoffs at Style.com Following E-Commerce Announcement

The hammer is beginning to fall at Style.com.

– 1:03 PM, EST

Cosmetic Promotions

Beauty

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.

– 11:56 AM, EST

MLB Products

Men's

MLB Expands Product Offering

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

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Fashion

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.

– 11:43 AM, EST

Apple Watch

Business

Apple in the Eye of Americans

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

– 10:02 AM, EST

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

Business

Coach Profits Fall 53.8%

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

– 7:52 AM, EST

Refinery29

Media

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.

– 12:01 AM, EST

American Apparel

Business

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