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Bernard Arnault to Sell Carrefour Stake

The planned sale will conclude the gradual exit initiated last September for the luxury titan, after a…

PVH Corp. Logs $182 Million Profit; Raises Outlook for the Year

CEO Stefan Larsson told WWD that there was strength in e-commerce, Europe and all product categories during…

Allbirds Files For IPO, Revealing Losses For The First Time

The sustainable shoemaker is hoping to further tap into the growing market for green products.

Wall Street Welcomes New Players and Acquisitions

The hot stock market will continue to fuel IPOs and dealmaking.

Brunello Cucinelli Returns to Profit in First Half

Brunello Cucinelli emphasized the importance of the American and Chinese markets for the company's growth.

Guess Inc. Logs $63 Million Quarterly Profit

But investors were not satisfied.

EXCLUSIVE: Express CEO Tim Baxter Talks $10M Profit in Most Recent Quarter

The retailer's return to growth includes strength online, in stores and across product categories.

Saxx Gets New Owner to Fund Growth in Categories, Regions

TZP Group is expected to help the men's underwear brand increase its reach in the U.S. and European markets.

Warby Parker Files Regulatory Documents for IPO

SEC regulatory documents show that the startup lost approximately $79 million in the last three years.

On Running Files for IPO

The Swiss running brand filed for a $100 million offering with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Luxury Partnerships Help JD.com Score New Users, Increase Revenue

Its annual active customer accounts increased by 27.4 percent to 531.9 million, the largest single-quarter…

Digital, China Drive Strong Earnings at Tapestry in Q4, Year

The company is also hoping to grow men's 18 percent to reach $1 billion in sales.

Kohl’s CEO Touts Transformation

The CEO said the retailer has the right team in place — from Sephora to Calvin Klein — to keep building…

Digital, China Drive Tapestry Profits, Sales Jump in Q4 and Year

The company saw strength in all three of its brands: Coach, Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman.

Target’s Momentum Continues Into Back-to-school Season

Growth was across all channels as shoppers return to physical stores.