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Neva Hall of Neiman Marcus, LIM president Elizabeth S. Marcuse, Doug Jakubowski of FitFlop, and Courtney Vander Linden, undergraduate Class 2015 valedictorian of LIM College.

Neiman’s Neva Hall Gives LIM Grads a Road Map for Success

Neva L. Hall, the executive vice president of Neiman Marcus Stores, addressed the 2015 graduating class of LIM College.

Central America’s Siman Aims to Double Growth

The El Salvador-based retailer operates 14 department stores across Central America, largely in El Salvador and Guatemala.

A Nordstrom store.

Nordstrom Sells Credit Card Operations to TD Bank

TD will acquire Nordstrom's U.S. Visa and private label consumer credit card portfolio, which totals $2.2 billion in receivables.

A view of The Shops at Hudson Yard.

Real Estate Developers Upbeat, Talk New Concepts

The shopping center industry was nothing but optimistic at ReCon 2015.

Macy’s Recruiting Veterans to Join Its Department Stores

Since 2011, 53 veterans have joined the company's ranks.

Outside a Bon-Ton location.

Quarter’s Loss at Bon-Ton Grows; Guidance for Year Reaffirmed

The company pointed to strength in moderate sportswear, activewear and men's furnishings, and said localization strategies continued to generate good results.

A view outside the Macy's store in Herald Square.

Macy’s Fireworks Returning to East River

Barges will be positioned in Midtown and near the Brooklyn Bridge.

Nordstrom Offers Purchasing by Texting

Nordstrom said it's the only retail company in the U.S. that offers customers who opt in the ability to shop and buy with a text message.

The exterior of a Karstadt store in Germany.

Karstadt Owner Benko Said Bidding for Kaufhof

The prospect of one consolidated German department store group is again making the rounds.