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Macy's, JC Penney battle over right to sell Martha Stewarts merchandise
By RBR Staff Writer
US-based department store chains Macy's and JC Penney are locked in a courtroom battle over the exclusive rights to sell Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia (MSLO) merchandise.
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Italian, Qatari investors mount bid to take over French retailer Printemps
By RBR Staff Writer
Italian businessman Maurizio Borletti has teamed up with investors from Qatar to bid for a controlling stake in the upmarket French department store chain Printemps.
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Lifestyle International outlines investment of $110m in Indian market by 2016
By RBR Staff Writer
Indian retail major Lifestyle International plans to invest INR6bn ($110m) over the next three years to expand its footprint in the country.
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John Lewis announces lay offs, adds to gloom on British high street
By RBR Staff Writer
UK-based department store chain John Lewis plans to expel nearly 325 managers from its stores to cut escalating costs.
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Grupo Sanborns raises $930m by re-listing on Mexican Stock Exchange
By RBR Staff Writer
Retailer major Grupo Sanborns was re-listed on the Mexican Stock Exchange and raised $930m at $2.19 per share.
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Shoppers Stop outlines plan to launch stores under different formats
By RBR Staff Writer
Indian department store chain Shoppers Stop has formulated plans to launch 19 shopping centers across the country to expand its retail footprint.
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Wal-Mart accused of collusion with Mexican governor in bribery scandal
By RBR Staff Writer
Documents released by US lawmakers reveal that Wal-Mart colluded with a then state governor for Morelos, Mexico to facilitate bribes that helped the retailer expand its operations in the country.
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V-mart Retail to double store count in India with 60 new outlets
By RBR Staff Writer
Indian department store chain V-mart Retail is planning to double its store count in the country by unveiling 60 new outlets.
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Aeon, Central Group eye stake in Indonesian retailer Matahari
By RBR Staff Writer
Japanese retailer Aeon and Thailand's Central Group are keen to acquire a stake in Indonesia-based Matahari Department Store.
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WH Smith to open six new outlets following 4% decline in total sales
By RBR Staff Writer
British retailer WH Smith has reported a 4% decline in total sales for the 20-week period ended 20 January 2013.
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Walmart Canada outlines $450m expansion strategy
By RBR Staff Writer
Retail major Walmart Canada plans to invest $450m by end of January 2014, to expand its operations in the country.
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Walmart to tighten supplier norms, to introduce new zero tolerance approch
By RBR Staff Writer
US retail major Wal-Mart plans to adopt a more stringent stance with its suppliers, who subcontract work without the former’s knowledge.
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Lafayette, Wanda plan to acquire French retailer Printemps
By RBR Staff Writer
French department store group Galeries Lafayette and Chinese conglomerate Wanda are in race to buy department store chain Printemps for €1.6bn.
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Tesco posts 3.8% holiday sales growth with improved returns from UK, Asia
By RBR Staff Writer
Strong Asian sales and an improved performance in UK helped retail major Tesco post a 3.8% growth in like-for-like sales for the five-week holiday season ended 5 January 2013, when compared to the corresponding period of 2012.
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Marks & Spencer's offer embattled CEO more time to turn around revenues
By RBR Staff Writer
Embattled executive of British Retailer Marks & Spencers, Marc Bolland is likely to survive the axe despite fledging sales and the leak of its financial report for the holiday season.
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