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Future Lifestyle Fashions Ltd. Best-known for introducing Indian men to the concept of Friday dressing with the launch of Allen Solly at Madura Garments in 1993, Aggarwal has been steering Future Group's branded apparel business since 2008 after the Kishore Biyani company acquired Indus League..."/>
Today, every store you go to stacks by style: Rachna Aggarwal [Mint, New Delhi]
Sears at White Marsh Mall with two clear goals: buy sneakers for his soon-to-be first grade daughter and save money. The Middle River stay-at-home father said he accomplished both. Leryah Mason, 5, joined by a baby sister and an older brother and sister, happily boxed up her selection, while her father cashed in on points from the department store loyalty program."/>
Retailers count on back-to-school sales more than ever [The Baltimore Sun]
Macy's more efficient-- swallowing up other department store chains and capitalizing on economies of scale-- made its stores less interesting when being interesting was what was needed most. The 100 stores Macy's said Thursday it plans to close in the coming months, a response to a sixth successive quarter of declining overall sales, almost certainly share more..."/>
Chicago Tribune Phil Rosenthal column [Chicago Tribune]
APP Biz Blast [Asbury Park Press, N.J.]
Columbia Sportswear Co. design patent. Washington County-based Columbia, in the case filed in January 2015, contended Seirus Innovative Accessories created its HeatWave products by copying Columbia's patented Omni-Heat Reflective cold weather gloves and apparel. District Court Judge Marco A. Hernandez agreed in a ruling issued Wednesday."/>
Columbia Sportswear wins first part of patent infringement case [The Oregonian, Portland, Ore.]
Ruby Tuesday's restaurants in the world in about a month. Officials with the restaurant chain based in Tennessee announced in a news release Thursday that it will close 95 of its 724 locations across the country by September. There are four Ruby Tuesday's locations in Jacksonville."/>
BRIEF: Orange Park location among 95 Ruby Tuesday restaurant closings [The Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville]
Texas Roadhouse plans to build a restaurant in front of Kohl's and Sam's Club, spokesman Travis Doster said on Friday. It should open in April of next year, he said."/>
Texas Roadhouse expected to open next spring [The Citizens' Voice, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.]
Dick's Sporting Goods Inc. left the company after a year on the job. In a regulatory filing Friday, the Findlay-based sporting goods retailer disclosed that Teri List-Stoll was no longer its CFO, and that she would be replaced on an interim basis by COO Andre Hawaux. The company gave no reason for her departure and did not return calls and emails seeking further information."/>
Dick's Sporting Goods CFO out after a year [The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review]
FedEx, according to county government documents. AutoZone is the nation's second largest retailer of after-market automotive parts and accessories. It has more than 5,000 stores in the United States, Puerto Rico, Mexico and Brazil."/>
AutoZone seeks to build $49M facility near FedEx in Ocala [Ocala Star-Banner, Fla.]

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