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Victoria’s Secret Staying Single; Wexner Retires

The lingerie business, owned by L Brands, isn't seeking out a new buyer at present. Meanwhile, the c-suite…

Victoria’s Secret Going It Alone

Parent company L Brands calls it quits with private equity firm Sycamore Partners and plots its next move.

Victoria’s Secret Deal Canceled

Bath & Body Works will become a stand-alone firm while the lingerie business goes private and mixes up its…

Sycamore Partners Tries to Cancel Victoria’s Secret Deal

The private equity firm agreed to buy the lingerie retailer before the coronavirus pandemic hit.

Victoria’s Secret Sale to Sycamore Partners at Risk

The coronavirus has already begun causing casualties in the retail world. L Brands' sale of the lingerie…

Victoria’s Secret Parent Names Les Wexner’s Replacement on the Board

Sarah E. Nash will begin once the sale of the lingerie company is complete.

L Brands Readies to Hand Off Victoria’s Secret, but Many Questions Remain

The company expects further declines in the lingerie brand at least for the first half of 2020.

Victoria’s Secret Continues to Weigh Down L Brands

But the retailer says the upcoming sale will turn things around.

Leslie H. Wexner: The Rise and Downfall of a Retail Pioneer

The Midwest retail entrepreneur and self-made billionaire made an indelible mark on the industry.

After Deal, Can Victoria’s Secret Be Turned Around?

Private equity firm Sycamore Partners takes over. Here's what they'll have to do to turn the struggling…

Victoria’s Secret Has a New Owner; Wexner to Exit

L Brands has sold 55 percent of the beleaguered retailer to Sycamore Partners.

Girls Still Just Want to Have Fun — Even in Victoria’s Secret

Cyndi Lauper defends the struggling brand as an affordable lingerie option.

Victoria’s Secret Flirts With Potential New Suitors

Parent company L Brands is in talks to sell the lingerie brand.

No Angels This Christmas

Victoria's Secret exec confirms the fashion show has been axed.

Victoria’s Secret Disappoints in Most Recent Quarter

But company execs continue to say change takes time.