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  • LONDON, June 27- Debenhams, Britain's second-biggest department store operator, said on Tuesday it was making progress in implementing its new strategy, though it cautioned that the UK trading environment had become more volatile. The firm said group like-for-like sales rose 0.9 percent in the 15 weeks to June 17, its fiscal third quarter.

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  • Pedestrians walk past a Hudson's Bay Co. store in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017.

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  • June 13- U.S. department store operator Neiman Marcus said on Tuesday it had ended talks regarding a partial or full sale of the company, three months after embarking on a review of strategic alternatives under the weight of a $4.8 billion debt load. Talks between Neiman Marcus and its suitor Hudson's Bay Co, the owner of high-end department store Saks Fifth...

  • TORONTO, June 9- Canadian retailer Hudson's Bay Co said on Friday it was streamlining operations across its various department store chains to better compete in what it called a "brutal" market. The 347- year-old company, known as HBC, announced jobs cuts across North America late on Thursday. HBC operates Hudson's Bay, Lord& Taylor, Saks Fifth Avenue and other...

  • June 9- A group of Nordstrom Inc family members is talking to buyout firms about raising $1 billion to $2 billion in equity to fund a potential bid to take the U.S. department store operator private, according to people familiar with the matter. Nordstrom said on Thursday the family group, which owns 31.2 percent of the 116- year-old retailer, was studying ways to...

  • HBC, which operates Hudson's Bay, Lord& Taylor, Saks Fifth Avenue and other chains, plans to decrease its number of vendors, centralize store operations and move toward a "shared services" structure to standardize processes across department stores. The shares tumbled C $1.08, or 11.2 percent, to C $8.55, and earlier touched a record low of C $8.44.

  • CHICAGO/ NEW YORK, June 8- Nordstrom Inc's founding family could face a drawn-out search for backers to help it take the retailer private as investors shy away from brick-and-mortar department stores under assault from Amazon.com Inc and other online competitors. Any plan to go private would likely require the company to raise as much as $4.5 billion in...

  • Shares of the Seattle- based company jumped as much 18 percent in their biggest intraday percentage gain since February 2009. It now has a market value of about $7.4 billion. In a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the department store operator said the group formed to consider going private had not yet made a formal proposal.

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    A private Nordstrom would allow more spending to keep up with Amazon without getting killed by the investment community, Jim Cramer says.

  • June 8- Department store operator Nordstrom Inc said on Thursday that some members of the controlling Nordstrom family have formed a group to consider taking the company private as it struggles with an industry-wide slowdown in sales. Shares of the company, which had a market value of $6.72 billion as of Wednesday closing, jumped as much 18 percent in their...

  • June 8- Department store operator Nordstrom Inc said on Thursday that some members of the controlling Nordstrom family have formed a group to consider taking the company private. Shares of the company, which had a market value of $6.72 billion as of Wednesday closing, rose 16.5 percent in premarket trading. The company, however, said the group had not made a formal...

  • TORONTO, June 7- Canadian department store operator Hudson's Bay Co has not yet applied for a Montreal city permit to transform a historic downtown property into a Saks Fifth Avenue store, a government official said on Wednesday, raising prospects the luxury chain could miss its targeted fall 2018 launch. The retailer, which reports first quarter results on...

  • HONG KONG, June 7- New World Department Store China Ltd said its parent firm plans to take it private for HK $934.5 million, so that it can better tackle a challenging operating environment and take risks in implementing strategy. Property developer New World Development Co Ltd, which owns 72.29 percent of New World Department Store, is offering HK $2 apiece for...

  • CHICAGO, June 6- Macy's Inc margins could end the year as much as 80 basis points lower than in 2016, Chief Financial Officer Karen Hoguet warned on Tuesday in comments that sent shares of the department store chain sliding to five-year lows, and also pressured other retail stocks. Macy's, an American retail icon that also owns luxury chain Bloomingdale's, has...

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    Stacey Widlitz, SW Retail Advisors president, and Oliver Chen, Cowen and Company senior retail analyst, weigh in on the competition in the retail industry and what lies ahead.

  • Gwyneth Paltrow attends a Goop pop-up store in 2014.

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  • Amazon.com founder and CEO Jeff Bezos

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  • *Oil hit a three-week high after top exporter Saudi Arabia and Russia said supply cuts needed to last into 2018, a step towards extending an OPEC- led deal to support prices for longer than originally agreed. *Wall Street slipped on Friday, ending the week lower as tepid economic data weighed on banks and worries deepened over department stores.