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A US court has clamped down on counterfeit Salvatore Ferragamo goods, ordering $60 million payout.
Failing US president Donald Trump is facing widespread backlash from US retailers and brands over his intention to trigger a trade war with China and other nations.
Authentic Brands Group has bought the Nautica business from VF Corporation.
Smiggle Asia is thriving, its success here encouraging the stationery retailer’s parent to expand in other global markets.
US discount chain Dollar General is continuing its breathtaking pace of store openings after announcing a 2 per cent rise in fourth quarter sales.
New Zealand donut maker Epiphany cafe wants to expand into the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.
Toys R Us will sell or close all of its US and UK stores in coming months.
Surging online sales have boosted Zara parent’s Inditex’s net profit in the past fiscal year by 7 per cent.
Hollister sales helped drive a strong fourth quarter for parent Abercrombie & Fitch in both sales and profits.
UK Fashion retailer new Look is to shutter 60 stores – but analysts fear that may not be enough to arrest its sliding performance.
US department store JCPenney has recorded a 2.6 per cent increase in same-store sales for its fourth quarter.
Foot Locker has revealed plans to close about 110 stores this calendar year after reporting a loss of US$49 million for last year.