Merchandising Furnishings: You’re Doing it Wrong


Gitman’s Dana Dean and John Minahan are visiting stores on a crusade to change the way specialty retailers sell shirts and ties.

This Australian TV Host Wore the Same Suit for a Year


Karl Stefanovic, cohost of an Australian morning talk show, wore the same “cheap Burberry knock-off” on the air for a year straight to make a point about sexism.

TJX Q3 Earnings Per Share Up 13%

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TJX’s Q3 net income of $595 million, or $0.85 per share, was up 13% over last year.

Urban Outfitters Q3 Sales Up, But Income Dropped Sharply

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Despite record Q3 sales, Urban Outfitters Inc. reported a steep drop in earnings.

Men’s Jewelry Brand William Henry Partners with John Varvatos

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Select Varvatos stores will stock a range of William Henry products and an exclusive collection is in the works.

Is Perry Ellis International Getting Ready to Sell?

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Perry Ellis International has reportedly been in talks with both brand management firms and investment banks.

Facebook to Cut Some Brand Posts from Feeds


Facebook will be removing some brand content deemed “overly promotional” from users’ News Feeds.

Walmart Cautious on Holiday, Despite Q3 Profits


For the first time in seven quarters, Walmart reported an increase in comparable store sales, helped by lower gas prices.

Sportswear: Blurred Lines

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Elise Diamantini talks to East Dane, Von Maur and Rothmans about the merging of contemporary and traditional sportswear.

Guest Editorial: Why Opening on Thanksgiving is a Bad Idea

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Industry consultant Jack Abelson offers a modest proposal in the face of Black Friday creep.