Barneys Boosts Scope of Offering in Men’s Dept.

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Mark Lee is putting his stamp on Barneys New York and his influence is most evident in the men’s department. Since joining the retailer as ceo, Lee has been reinventing the store’s creative direction.SEE LIST BELOW FOR ALL OF THIS ISSUE'S ARTICLES

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Business Features

Burberry Sales Climb 29.5% in Half

Outerwear and large leather goods underpin gains.

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A view of the Uniqlo store.


Fast Retailing Net Profit Slides 12%

Uniqlo parent said unseasonable weather and a poor product mix hurt its performance.

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Joseph Abboud Men's RTW Spring 2012

Fashion Features

Joseph Abboud Men’s Spring 2012

Creative director Bernardo Rojo created a collection for the traveling man, whether that travel was by land, air or sea.

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Angus and Simon Cundey


Black Tie, No Tails

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Fashion Features

Men’s Wear Trend: Retail Therapy

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Mark Lee


Barneys New York Boosts Scope of Men’s Dept.

New ceo Mark Lee’s vision is taking shape at the men’s store.

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Publishers Optimistic About Tablet Business

Smaller tablets coming to the market, such as the Nook Color and the Kindle Fire, mean greater opportunities for digital sales.

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Ian Bickley

Business Features

Coach’s Expansion Guru Talks International Growth

Ian Bickley lays out the brand’s secret formula for entering foreign territory.

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Michael Moriarty


The Balancing Act of Going Global

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Kevin Burke

Government and Trade

Kevin Burke Talks Free Trade

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Nick Sullivan’s  window.


Paul Stuart Turns Windows Over to Bloggers, Stylists

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Social Studies