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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
A look from Adidas Originals By Danielle Cathari RTW Fall 2018.

Adidas Guards Its Stripes — With Mixed Results

The three parallel stripes in any direction isn’t quite Adidas-enough to be trademarked in Europe.

— July 1, 2019
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
Joseph Abboud and Doug Williams

HMX’s Doug Williams Files Response With Court

There was no report by the end of the business day Monday as to the result of the bankruptcy court auction.

— December 18, 2012
A look from Ray-Ban.

EssilorLuxottica Reports Financial Fraud at Thailand Plant

The fraudulent financial activities will have an estimated impact of up to 190 million euros on its full-year operating result.

— December 30, 2019
Adidas in Milan 2019

Adidas Italian Employees Strike in Front of Milan Store

On Dec. 19, workers protested a reorganization of the company’s workforce that would result in 41 employees in the country losing their jobs.

— December 19, 2019

Christopher Finazzo to Forfeit $25.8M

Aéropostale Inc.’s former chief merchandising officer has to forfeit the money as a result of his conviction.

— April 30, 2013
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

Gordon Awarded $300K in Licensing Dispute

Licensing agent Mort Gordon has been awarded in excess of $300,000 in a long-standing dispute over a men’s clothing license.

— March 10, 2008
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
Doug Williams

Objections Filed in HMX Bankruptcy

Group alleges ceo engineered from the beginning to ensure a favorable result for Doug Williams, Salus Capital Partners and the stalking horse bidder.

— December 14, 2012

In Brief: Dow Drops… Another Escada Bidder…

Stocks fell sharply Wednesday as oil prices soared and investors anticipated mediocre same-store sales results, which are released today.

— May 8, 2008
Google office in London

Google Facing Antitrust Inquiry From Missouri Attorney General

Attorney General Josh Hawley, who recently launched a run for Senate next year, is making a target out of the online giant.

— November 13, 2017
Looks from the Moncler x Stylebop collaboration

Moncler Settles Tax Position

This year, the fashion company will pay a net sum of 14.5 million euros to the Italian Tax Authorities, which also admitted Moncler to the Patent Box tax-relief regimen.

— December 15, 2017
An American Apparel store.

ICE Issues Citation to American Apparel

Up to one-third of American Apparel Inc.’s manufacturing employees in Los Angeles may be working illegally.

— July 1, 2009