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Business

American Apparel Lays Off 2,400 Workers

American Apparel workers reported to the company’s Los Angeles factory Monday to pick up their final checks.

clock 14hKari Hamanaka

Business

Marco Gobbetti to Join Burberry as Executive Chairman, and CEO

Gobbetti will join the company on Jan. 27, as executive chairman, Asia-Pacific and Middle East until July 4, when he will become ceo.

clock January 16, 2017Samantha Conti

Business

Hermès to Open Meatpacking District Store

The neighborhood is constantly in a state of flux.

clock 4hSharon Edelson

The Big Squeeze

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Overview

Amid economic turmoil, especially the credit crunch and plummeting consumer spending, real estate investment trusts are facing their greatest challenge.SEE LIST AT LEFT FOR ALL ARTICLES FROM THIS ISSUE.

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Retail

Architect Libeskind Takes on Switzerland Mall

Architect Daniel Libeskind, creator of the World Trade Center master plan, seeks to break the retail mold.

clock November 24, 2008David Moin

Michael H. Ratner

Human Resources

Q&A With Michael H. Ratner

The Richter+Ratner sign has been ubiquitous at construction sites along luxury lanes and malls in the U.S.

clock November 24, 2008David Moin

The Palazzo in Las Vegas is one of several properties that General Growth wants to sell.

Financial

A Major Test for REITS

Beset by macroeconomic woes, real estate investment trusts, or REITS, are being tested.

clock November 24, 2008Sharon Edelson and Matthew Lynch

Essentialist

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Chanel Shoes and Bags for Spring 2017: Detail Photos of Accessories From the Runway

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clock January 16, 2017Luisa Zargani

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