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Lampert Standing by Sears With $300 Million Loan

Sales continued to decline at Sears and Kmart, and the parent company posted losses for the second quarter.

clock 22hVicki M. Young

Beauty

Stash SJP Brings Edge to Celebrity Fragrance Game

SJP's unexpected strategy to face celeb fragrance fallout.

clock 6hRachel Strugatz

Business

Emanuel Chirico on the Virtues of Raf Simons at Calvin Klein

PVH ceo Emanuel Chirico expects big things from Raf Simons’ take on Calvin Klein.

clock 16hEvan Clark

Forecasts and Analysis

Nike, Nike Run Club

Forecasts and Analysis

Adidas, Nike, Reebok are Top-Performing in Consumer Engagement

Retailers lag in comprehensive marketing to shoppers.

clock August 23, 2016Elizabeth Doupnik

Mobile commerce is changing how retailers interact with consumers.

Forecasts and Analysis

Study Reveals Increased Mobile Screen Time Use, Growth of SoMo Video

The Diffusion Group’s study revealed that consumers spend more than 50 hours a week using a screen such as a TV or smart phone.

clock August 17, 2016Arthur Zaczkiewicz

Jon Weber

Forecasts and Analysis

L.E.K.’s Jon Weber Dissects the Consumer Mind-set

Jon Weber is managing director and partner in L.E.K.’s Boston office where he heads the firm’s retail and consumer-products practices.

clock August 16, 2016Arthur Zaczkiewicz

Parents are expected to spend $675 on back-to-school purchases, according to Brand Keys survey.

Forecasts and Analysis

Back-to-School Spending Expected to Rise 3.9 Percent, Brand Keys Reveals

Spending on clothing is expected to rise 3 percent, while electronics spending should be up 20 percent.

clock August 15, 2016Lisa Lockwood

Forecasts and Analysis

Businesses Seem Optimistic About Holiday 2016

The study survey 102 retail industry leaders from the retail and wholesale sectors.

clock August 15, 2016Vicki M. Young

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Forecasts and Analysis

Facetime With Sandra Horbach, Cohead of U.S. Buyout at The Carlyle Group

Sandra Horbach just got a big job: cohead of the U.S. buyout team at The Carlyle Group, the private equity giant with $176 billion under management.

clock August 10, 2016Evan Clark

Burberry store

Forecasts and Analysis

Brexit Exacerbates Luxury Goods Pricing Headache

The United Kingdom has become the cheapest market worldwide for luxury goods since the EU referendum, a report by Exane BNP Paribas said.

clock August 3, 2016Joelle Diderich

Fashion brands with licenses in Brazil are scrambling to regain control as the country's apparel sales dive.

Forecasts and Analysis

Fashion Brand Licensors Battle for Turf as Mexico Grows, Brazil Slides

Brazil’s apparel sales are expected to fall 25 percent this year, while Mexico’s will grow 10 percent.

clock July 26, 2016Ivan Castano

Forecasts and Analysis

Global Blue, Barclays Point to Further Decline in Tourist Spend

Global, European spend by tourists down in the double digits.

clock July 15, 2016Samantha Conti

D'Marie Analytics social media report

Forecasts and Analysis

D’Marie Analytics Seeks to Lift the Veil on Social Media Valuations

The social media analytics company today releases the first of what will be monthly reports analyzing the top 2,500 influencers on its platform of more than 8,900 models, bloggers, musicians, actors and others.

clock July 13, 2016Kari Hamanaka

The site of the bomb explosion in Istanbul on June 7.

Forecasts and Analysis

Brexit, Global Turmoil to Impact Tourism Over Next Five Years

Euromonitor said the “substitution effect, where tour operators shift capacity away from troubled hotspots to more stable countries, is visible.”

clock July 11, 2016Arthur Zaczkiewicz

TJX t.j. maxx, marshalls

Forecasts and Analysis

TJX Cos. and Ross Stores Are Loved by Shoppers and Wall Street

The retailers are not only loved by shoppers, they are becoming Wall Street favorites.

clock July 7, 2016Debra Borchardt

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