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Article December 14, 1999


STOCK EXCHANGE OKS DYERSBURG PLAN

NEW YORK — Dyersburg Corp. said Friday that the New York Stock Exchange has accepted…

— December 14, 1999

Article November 10, 1999


GUILFORD NET $2.2 MILLION FOR QUARTER

Byline: Scott Malone

NEW YORK — Guilford Mills…

— November 10, 1999

Adidas to Acquire Reebok for $3.8 Billion

NEW YORK — Adidas-Salomon AG said today it will buy Reebok International Ltd. for about $3.8 billion, or $3.1 billion euros, in a deal that is aimed at improving its position to challenge Nike Inc., the world’s biggest athletic company….

— August 3, 2005

Tommy Hilfiger Pretax Income Drops 45.9 percent

NEW YORK—Tommy Hilfiger Corp. said Wednesday that fiscal 2005 preliminary pretax income dropped 45.9 percent on a revenue decrease of 4.9 percent. The company revised its fiscal 2006 earnings and sales outlooks, citing in part a decline in…

— June 15, 2005

Same-Store Holiday Sales a Mixed Bag

By Vicki M. Young

NEW YORK — U.S. retailers reported mixed same-store sales for the all-important December holiday season, with specialty and luxury chains leading the way.

American Eagle Outfitters soared…

— January 6, 2005
Fall 1975

Armani: The Big Picture

Modernity, reality and practicality have been the enduring touchstones of Giorgio Armani’s designs. In an industry where for many, a new season automatically means a new theme, this designer is stalwart in his consistency.

Though he has…

— January 31, 2005

Federated Income, Earnings Rise

NEW YORK – Federated Department Stores Inc. on Wednesday reported a 26.8 percent jump in first-quarter income, and a 34 percent gain in diluted earnings per share that beat Wall Street’s expectations by 3 cents.

Federated, the parent of Macy’s…

— May 11, 2005

Article November 4, 1999


BLUEFLY.COM LOSS GROWS IN QUARTER

NEW YORK — Stung by heavy start-up costs, Bluefly.com, the online retailer, said…

— November 4, 1999
Squeeze Firsts abstract print at Printsource

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NEW YORK — Spring flowers may have been blooming outside, but it was geometric patterns that were the most plentiful at Printsource and Direction, two textile-design shows held at the Hotel Pennsylvania last week. Brooklyn-based Squeeze First, a…

— May 2, 2006

Warnaco Looks Ahead…Sara Lee Apparel Reports Improvements

Retail consolidation took a toll on Warnaco…Sara Lee Corp.’s branded apparel business boasted…

— May 9, 2006

Burberry Revenue Skyward Bound

Vigorous retail sales and a well-received spring collection drove up Burberry revenue by 6 percent to 390 million pounds.

— April 12, 2006

January Comps Bolstered By Post-Holiday Sales

Particular strength was seen in the mass merchant group, with Target Corp., TJX Cos., Ross Stores Inc., Retail Ventures Inc. and Wal-Mart’s discount stores each posting comps that rose at least 4 percent.

— February 2, 2006

Hermes Sales Rise 8% in 4Q

The fashions of Jean Paul Gaultier, now in his second year as designer of Hermes ready-to-wear for women, helped “revitalize” its rtw and accessories division, where full-year sales rose 7.6 percent.

— February 8, 2006

Claiborne Shakes Up Better, Moderate Group

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— February 23, 2006

American Eagle 4Q Profits Penny Shy of Estimates

The specialty retailer posted higher — though below initial plan — net earnings in the holiday fourth quarter and said first-quarter profits could show a similar soft increase.

— March 1, 2006