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GGP chairman and chief executive Sandeep Mathrani

GGP Posts Positive Results for the Year, 4th Quarter

GGP posted gains despite the nation’s trend toward declining traffic in shopping centers across the country.

— January 30, 2017

Safilo Results Hit by IT Woes, Loss of Gucci License

The eyewear group’s gross profits fell 37 percent and sales declined 21 percent in the first quarter.

— May 9, 2017
People sit at tables at the Stanford Shopping Center, a Simon Property Group property in Palo Alto, Calif., . Simon Property Group, the nation's largest shopping mall owner, made a $10 billion hostile bid Tuesday to acquire ailing rival General Growth PropertiesSimon Properties General Growth, Palo Alto, USA

Simon Property Stock Dips After Positive Full-Year Results

The mall operator had a good year, despite a lag in fourth-quarter revenue.

— January 31, 2018
A Max Mara model produced and distributed by Safilo

Safilo Shares Fall After Release of First-Half Results

Safilo’s management provided some guidelines in an update on the 2020 Plan, which targets sales of 1 billion euros by that date.

— August 3, 2018
Luxottica Group SpA

Sales, Profits up at Luxottica

Strong Global growth lifts results at for the eyewear maker.

— October 26, 2015
Barton Perreira eyewear.

Marcolin Inks Distribution Deal With Barton Perreira

The deal is the latest win for the specialty eyewear category, which has experienced unprecedented growth as the result of shifting consumer preferences.

— January 23, 2019
Aesop, Tanner Goods and Umami Burger, on the coveted corner of Broadway and 9th Street.

Relighting L.A.’s Broadway District

The downtown district’s swift transformation is largely a result of the retail strategy of New York-based brokerage firm Tungsten Property.

— December 8, 2014
Inside The Mall at Short Hills in Short Hills, N.J.

Green Shoots for Retail at Taubman

Ceo Robert Taubman said tenant sales per square foot rose 12.4 percent in the first quarter.

— April 27, 2018

Luxottica Profits Climb 14%

The designer-branded eyewear group posted what it described as “the best first quarter” in its history.

— May 7, 2012

Luxottica Net Rises 10.3%

The company said the board would suggest paying a 308 million euro, or $409.6 million, dividend to shareholders.

— February 27, 2014

Gap to Move Manhattan Offices

Retailer Gap Inc. plans to consolidate its creative offices in New York without downsizing the staff.

— October 9, 2009
The Tommy Jeans eyewear collectiom manufactured by Safilo Group employing Aquafil's Econyl.

Safilo Cuts Loss, Sees Impact of Coronavirus

After a strong first two months of the new year, Safilo has seen a sharp drop in sales due to COVID-19.

— March 11, 2020

Currency Dents Safilo’s Sales Growth

At current exchange rates, sales rose 8.5 percent but were flat at constant exchange.

— February 1, 2016

Luxottica Sees 20% Growth

The group experienced a strong first quarter driven by growth in emerging markets and in the U.S.

— April 28, 2011

Luxottica’s Profits Climb

Gains in the U.S. and Asia and a positive performance of owned labels Ray-Ban and Oakley lifted the company’s profits up 35 percent.

— January 25, 2011