Lululemon Athletica Says Overhaul is On Track, Lifts Guidance

Lululemon

Lululemon says its overhaul remains on track, and has lifted its FY guidance despite a Q2 profit decline .

Maxim Names Kate Lanphear Editor-in-Chief

Kate Lanphear

Lanphear joins Maxim from T, the New York Times style magazine, where she was style director.

Men’s Wearhouse Q2 Profit Up on Sales Boost

Men's Wearhouse

Men’s Wearhouse recorded a slight increase in Q2 net profit, with sales boosted by its recent acquisition of rival Jos. A. Bank.

Dollar General Takes Bid to Family Dollar Shareholders

Dollar General

Dollar General is taking its bid for Family Dollar to the rival’s shareholders, despite having its previous proposals rejected by the retailer.

Apple to Launch Payment Technology

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New iPhone models will have the ability to integrate with users’ debit and credit cards, making it possible to pay for products in stores with a wave of the phone.

Stein Mart Opening Six New Stores, Relocating Four

Stein Mart

Off-price retailer Stein Mart says it is in the middle of its biggest expansion since 2007.

Trade Show Execs Launch LeftField Media

Former Reed Exhibitions exec Greg Topalian and several executives from BJI have formed a new company called LeftField Media.

Obituary: Jay Kodner

Jay Kodner, a retailer who ran Johnnie Walkers Menswear in Milwaukee with his brother David, has died at the age of 76.

Oxford Q2 Profit Down Despite Tommy Bahama, Lilly Pulitzer Gains

Oxford Industries

Oxford Industries’ Q2 profit fell despite solid contributions from Tommy Bahama and Lilly Pulitzer.

Retail Imports to Remain Above Average Amid Port Talks

Shipping Container

Import volumes at container ports are above average in September as retailers stock up ahead of the holiday season, although not to the same level as in August.