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Shutters down for Jones New York’s wholesale and retail outlets
By RBR Staff Writer
Sycamore Partners, which owns Jones New York, will down the shutters for all 127 stores of the women’s clothing brand including its wholesale outlets throughout 2015, until strategic alternatives surface.
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Ronald Boire named as new CEO of Sears Canada
By RBR Staff Writer
Ronald Boire has been named as the new president and chief executive of the department store chain Sears Canada, becoming the fourth CEO in nearly four years.
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BHS put up for sale by Sir Philip Green
By RBR Staff Writer
British high street chain BHS from Arcadia Group is up for sale after posting a sales dip and pre-tax loss of £69.9m.
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Waitrose and John Lewis staff to share holiday bonus of £22m
By RBR Staff Writer
A change brought about by an employment tribunal in the calculation of holiday pay by British companies has been welcomed by the staff of Waitrose and John Lewis, who will share a bonus of £22m in pay and pension contributions this year, as a result.
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Major retailers usher New Year with store closures
By RBR Staff Writer
Hit by the onslaught of a spurt in online shopping, major retailers such as Tesco, JC Penney and Macy’s have announced store closures, cutting thousands of jobs.
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JC Penney reports holiday sales
J. C. Penney Company, Inc. today provided a preliminary update on the Company's performance for the combined nine-week November and December period.
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John Lewis posts surge in holiday sales driven by online shopping
By RBR Staff Writer
John Lewis reported 4.8% increase in like-for-like sales to £777m in the five weeks to 27 December as online purchases turned out to be the primary growth driver for the retailer.
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David Dillon to retire as Kroger chairman
David B. Dillon, who led The Kroger Co. leadership team's development of the company's successful Customer 1st Strategy, will retire as chairman of the board on December 31, after 38 years of service.
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Harvey Nichols adds new address: Qatar
By RBR Staff Writer
Global luxury retailer Harvey Nichols is expanding its overseas footprint with a new store in Doha, Qatar.
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Ohio, Indiana, and West Virginia top the chart for Cyber Monday mobile shopping
Consumers in Ohio, Indiana, West Virginia, Louisiana, and South Dakota know a good Cyber Monday deal when they see one.
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Black Friday loses sheen as weekend sales decline 11% in US
By RBR Staff Writer
Retail spending over the Thanksgiving weekend in the US registered a fall of 11% to $50.9bn, as per preliminary survey results released by the National Retail Federation (NRF).
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Hong Kong New World Department Store – Shanghai 118 branch store softly opens
New World Department Store China Limited, one of the largest owners and operators of department stores in Mainland China, is pleased to announce the soft opening of its 12th self-owned store in Shanghai, Hong Kong New World Department Store – Shanghai 118 Branch Store (“Shanghai 118 Branch Store”), on 21 November.
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Sears, Kmart extend Cyber Monday to seven days of deals
Sears and Kmart, two leading integrated retailers, have turned Cyber Monday into a weeklong savings event to make holiday shopping easier for Shop Your Way members and customers.
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Moscow to unveil Europe’s biggest mall as recession threatens Russia
By RBR Staff Writer
Moscow is set to unveil Aviapark, Europe’s biggest shopping mall on November 28, amid threats of recession to Russia alongside already levelled international sanctions due to the Ukrainian conflict.
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Hudson's Bay secures $1.25bn mortgage for New York Saks Fifth Avenue
By RBR Staff Writer
Canadian department store operator Hudson's Bay Co. has secured a 20-year mortgage of $1.25bn for the ground portion of its flagship Saks Fifth Avenue store in New York City.
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