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Prop 65 Reform for Apparel Industry & California Businesses Welcomed

The Apparel Industry welcomes much needed Proposition 65 Reform. 
 "Proposition 65 is a good law that's helped many people, but it's being abused by unscrupulous ...

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Topics: apparel industry, Testing

Why H&M is Taking a Gamble with Online Shopping in the US

Sweden-based budget fashion retailer, Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) launched the company's ecommerce store for customers in the United States.

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6 Things You Need to Learn from Nasty Gal's 40,000% Growth

Online fashion retailer, Nasty Gal is nothing less than an overnight sensation in the fashion industry. See how founder Sophia Amoruso skyrocketed the company to legendary status ...

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Topics: sustainable growth, Branding, Customer Loyalty

What a New CEO and Acquisition Means for True Religion Brand Jeans

Today, True Religion Apparel, Inc. announced a new CEO & Leadership team now that their $824 million acquisition by TowerBrook Capital Partners has officially been completed.

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Why Hudson's Bay Co. Just Scored on Their $2.9 Billion Saks Purchase

High end fashion retailer Hudson's Bay Co. just announced plans to acquire competitor Saks, Inc. for an estimated $2.9 Billion by end of year.

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Topics: saks acquisition, hudson bay co, corporate acquisition

7 Effects of the US Suspending Trade Privileges with Bangladesh

The Obama administration announced yesterday that effective in 60 days, the US will offically suspend all trade privileges with Bangladesh.

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Topics: apparel industry, Pricing, Garments, Factories, global apparel supplier

5 Lessons You Can Learn from the Huge Changes at Men's Warehouse

Men's Warehouse has been very busy lately with the departure of their founder, the announcement last week of purchasing Joseph Abboud Brands, and news today of the ...

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Cone Denim Increases Production as Demand for Made in USA Denim Grows

As global demand for US-made denim continues to rise, Cone Denim is expanding production of the company's traditional, old-fashioned selvage jeans at their iconic White Oak ...

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Why Cambodia's Garment Exports are Growing Out of Control

Garment exports in Cambodia topped $1.56 Billion for the first half of 2013, boasting a growth rate of 32% from the first half of 2012. Here's why they're experiencing ...

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Why LA Denim Maker Joe's Jeans is Acquiring Hudson Clothing

LA Denim Maker, Joe's Jeans, Inc. has announced a stock purchase agreement with Hudson Clothing Holdings, Inc. that will aquire the privately held Hudson for $97.6 Million. ...

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