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American Apparel shares close above $1 after 6.9 percent increase.
Investments are up, exports are rising — now the only missing element in the Made in USA push is more jobs.
The Chinese department store group acquired the U.K. department store chain for an enterprise value of $797 million.
The two companies have signed a conciliation agreement.
Better job prospects and cheaper gasoline could be putting consumers in a better mood for shopping as the second half of the retail year gets under way.
Two of Asia’s largest consumer markets face the challenge of rapidly aging populations.
The troubled specialty chain dismissed Goodman following a trying 20-month tenure.
The logins will be provided as part of its Universal Identity Services portfolio to improve online security.
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Dubai-based developer is expected to list in October.