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KMart Gets Cracking

NEW YORK -- Kmart Corp. has begun the Herculean task of shoring up its ailing discount business.

After ardent…

Ungaro Makes his Move

NEW YORK -- When Emanuel Ungaro began designing on his own in the mid-Sixties, the fashion establishment…

Max Mara takes Madison

NEW YORK -- Italian sportswear giant Max Mara forged into the fray of designer retailing on upper Madison…

Sears’ Mexican Flavor

NEW YORK -- Sears de Mexico is saying "Olé" to a new prototype that will be the design for its stores of the…

Restoring the Credibility to Regular Prices

WASHINGTON -- Consumers have become so conditioned to waiting for sales promotions that regular retail…

Pointers for Private Label

WASHINGTON -- Private label merchandise can be a key element in the image of a store's sharp pricing and…

Ferragamo’s Trump Bid

NEW YORK -- The Ferragamos are on the move.

"We are trying to do here what we are able to do in Florence…

Brands’ Lure Vs. Private Label Margins

NEW YORK -- In mass market retailing, private labels might deliver fatter margins, but brands still pull…

AT&T Offers IMRA Entertaining Suggestions

WASHINGTON -- The smart retailer will use emerging technologies to entertain, inform and serve customers over…

Kmart Claims ‘no Decision’ on Divesting Specialty Stores

NEW YORK -- Kmart Corp. is working on a new plan to divest its specialty chains, a source close to the…

Senior Market Ripe for Action

WASHINGTON -- The 50-plus crowd represents a big market with a lot of disposable income, but many retailers…

Kmart’s Joseph Antonini: I’m Staying Right Here

NEW YORK -- The heat might be turned up on Kmart's Joseph Antonini, but he says he's staying put.

"Joe…

Heat is on Kmart’s Chief

NEW YORK -- Joseph Antonini is at the helm of a troubled ship.

The chairman and chief executive officer of…

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Mass retailers: women's a key to '94 growth

Retail Roundup

Look is right, but sales lose some spring.