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N Brown finds right fit

UK: N Brown bucks downturn as FY profit soars 19%
N Brown Group, the internet and catalogue home shopping group that caters for mature and plus-sized customers, Tuesday posted a 19.4% jump in full-year pre-tax profit and said its new financial year has got off to an encouraging start.

Jones Apparel off to slow start

US: Jones Apparel profit slips 59% on lower demand
Jones Apparel Group reported a 59% slump in first quarter profit on Wednesday and lowered its outlook for the year on lower demand from some of its retail customers.

Clothing aisles triumph

In the money: Supermarkets take on the high street
Supermarket fashions are a force to be reckoned with in the UK, and companies like Asda and Tesco have made no secret of their lofty ambitions to dominate the clothing sector. Convenience and keen prices might be good news for the consumer, but what do they mean for the clothing sector as a whole? asked Richard Woodard this week.

EU anti-dumping disruptions

EU: Savvy retailers should prepare for anti-dumping action
The likelihood of an anti-dumping complaint against Chinese-made clothing imports into the EU is so strong, a UK trade expert has told just-style, that retailers and importers should be prepared for possible disruptions when sourcing their ranges next year.

Children's Place sends Disney homeward

US: Disney buys store chain from Children's Place
The Walt Disney Co has acquired the Disney Store chain in North America from subsidiaries of The Children's Place Retail Stores. Under the transaction announced yesterday (1 May), Disney said it has acquired around 220 Disney Stores in the US and Canada.