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US grocery chain Tops Markets has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Retail toy giant FAO Schwarz has set its sights on China.
Guess co-founder Paul Marciano has stepped away from the business while allegations of sexual misconduct are investigated.
Walmart sales exceeded US$500 billion last year, an increase of $14.5 billion, or 3 per cent.
New Zealanders to be the first in the world to trial new artificial intelligence technology.
Tesco is to introduce new safety warning stickers on its trolleys after a social media storm saw it accused of “gender apartheid”.
Macy’s has launched what it describes as a “modest clothing brand” – the Verona Collection – targeting Muslims and women seeking conservative styling.
Shoe retailer Skechers posted a 27 per cent increase in sales in the last quarter, powered by a 40 per cent increase in international wholesale sales.
Columbia Sportswear has reported record fourth quarter net sales of US$776 million for the three months to December.
The new Nike Jersey Shop offers the latest range of football shirts for fans.
The Michael Kors brand has experienced a reversal of fortunes since the last reporting period. Neil Saunders explains how.
Positive sales growth in Asia has helped boost Estee Lauder net sales to US$3.74 billion for its latest quarter.