- Kaufhof Adapts to Survive as Germans Lose Retail Tradition Dec 18, 2014 Thursday
- Chinese Shopping "Agents" Cash in on Russian Currency Slide Dec 18, 2014 Thursday
- Gap Launches Flagship on JD.Com Dec 18, 2014 Thursday
- South Korea's 8Seconds Eyes Expansion Dec 18, 2014 Thursday
- From the Top Down: The Head Honchos Dec 18, 2014 Thursday
- Donna Karan Opening Urban Zen Pop-up in Aspen Dec 18, 2014 Thursday
- MadaLuxe Goes Direct With Tronc Dec 18, 2014 Thursday
- San Francisco Academy of Art Students Open Shop Dec 18, 2014 Thursday
- CPI Reports November Apparel Prices Dec 17, 2014 Wednesday
- Hudson's Bay Names Gerald Storch CEO Dec 17, 2014 Wednesday
The new outpost is slated to open in 2018 in a mall just south of Paris.
The sportswear retailer is selling more than 600 items for women, men and children on the site.
Sales declined in both women’s and men’s categories, according to the Labor Department’s Consumer Price Index released Wednesday.
At Frankfurt’s Galeria Kaufhof, the department store’s trademark green banners and bags point to 135 years of tradition.
Giorgio Armani Opens Store in Miami's Design District
The store brings Armani Group’s number of total stores to 185, of which 18 are Giorgio Armani boutiques.
South Korea's 8Seconds Eyes Expansion
The fast fashion chain is focusing on its home market for now but looking to open stores in China as early as next year.
The lawsuit was filed in 2002 by employees at Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club.
From the Top Down: The Head Honchos
Eddie and Dov were among the worst, and Jack and Kevin were among the best — chief executive officers, that is.
This week, 2,650 retailers in 543 cities across 93 countries will each receive their password for a new online wholesale buying platform.
The site is an off-price channel for luxury designer handbags.
Holiday Countdown: Shoppers Turn Out, but Retailers Still Wary
Better weather and consumers getting more serious about buying gifts gave a modest lift to retailers last week.