Kate Spade wants to be Ralph Lauren.
Shorting American Apparel Inc. is back in style.
Gap Inc., which drew legions of young adults in the 1990s with classic khakis and swing-dancing ads, is again banking on young, hip customers to resuscitate its sales. Too bad they’re broke now.
Kate Spade, the fashion label owned by Fifth & Pacific Cos., may become the next must-have accessory for acquirers in the retail industry.
Boxers and bras may be next on the shopping list for private-equity buyers with Hanesbrands Inc. offering one of the cheapest valuations in the retail industry.
Abercrombie & Fitch Co., the teen- clothing retailer, dropped the most in more than 10 years after saying sales fell at European flagship stores last quarter.
The back-to-school shopping season is off to a slow start as retailers and consumers wait to see who will blink first.
Warnaco Group Inc. wants something to come between it and its Calvin Klein brand.
Urban Outfitters Inc., the operator of its namesake, Anthropologie and Free People brands, declined the most in two months after reporting fourth-quarter earnings that trailed analysts’ estimates.
Gap Inc. and Target Corp. were among U.S. retailers posting February same-store sales gains that topped analysts’ estimates as unseasonably warm weather boosted purchases of spring merchandise.
"You have a relatively cheap valuation."
- Eric Beder on Aug 07, 2012