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Chinese consumers have overtaken U.S. shoppers this year to become the world’s biggest buyers of luxury goods, accounting for 25 percent of global sales through purchases at home and overseas, consultancy firm Bain & Co. said

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Documents found at the Tazreen apparel factory in Bangladesh, where 112 workers died in a fire nearly two weeks ago, indicate that three American garment companies were using the factory during the past year to supply goods to Walmart and its Sam’s Club subsidiary.

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As Canadians go e-shopping this holiday season, many will be looking to score an increasingly popular online perk: free shipping.

It’s a benefit consumers love, but it leaves some Canadian small business owners facing a costly business decision. To keep up with the trend, some smaller retailers have taken the free shipping plunge, despite the bite it can take.

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Hudson’s Bay Co., whose third-quarter loss widened, will consider spinning off its valuable real estate into a real estate investment trust, borrowing a page from the playbook of grocery giant Loblaw Cos. Ltd.

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Hudson’s Bay Co. trumpets high-profile brands such as Coach as a big part of its turnaround efforts, but behind the scenes the retailer is building an arsenal of its own private labels to fight growing competition from its suppliers’ standalone stores.

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A deep-pocketed consortium is trying to scoop up dozens of shopping malls in a $4.4-billion bid, aiming to carve up the spoils in what the bidders say is the largest takeover battle that Canada’s real estate investment trust sector has seen.

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Galicia, on the Atlantic coast of northern Spain, is the homeland of Generalissimo Francisco Franco, but is otherwise famous for being a place people try to leave. For much of the 20th century, hundreds of thousands of gallegos, as they are called, emigrated to countries as far away as Argentina to escape Galicia’s rural poverty

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The flash sales business has lost some of its flash, forcing online luxury clothing merchants such as Gilt Groupe, Ideeli and Rue La La to radically change their business models.

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Dori Segal knows he is stepping into dangerous territory.

The chief executive officer of First Capital Realty Inc (FCR-T16.350.221.36%), known for its strip malls of humble dollar stores and supermarkets, is making a bold but risky move into the upscale urban shopping-centre scene. He’s planning to acquire Hazelton Lanes, in Toronto’s posh Yorkville district, despite the mall’s reputation as something of a retail white elephant.

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Richard Baker has put plans to take Hudson’s Bay Co. public on hold, putting pressure on the retailer’s blueprint to refurbish its faded department-store chain.

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