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ET Hudson's Bay Company pulled "Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels" T-shirts from its shelves and website Monday after pictures of the top sparked backlash online. The controversial quote is by supermodel Kate Moss, who told WWD fashion magazine
Hudson's Bay Co. executives will appear in court here Thursday to face charges filed by the Federal Environment Ministry for failing to report a 146 kg leak of PCBs from a transformer on the roof of its flagship downtown store in May 2011. Four
Ever wondered what happened to some of daytime TV’s biggest stars? Well, a surprisingly large number of them can be found on ‘The Bay’ web series. This web series could
Market View The company had announced last month that HBC president Donald Watros would be acting chief financial officer with assistance from Douglas Scovanner, a former CFO at Target Corp. Scovanner, who has worked with HBC for several months in an
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Australian retailer Blue Illusion is making its debut in the Bay Area, beginning with a store this month in Santana Row. Blue Illusion, a fashion boutique selling women's clothes, will open Nov. 25 in the upscale outdoor shopping center Santana Row.
Market View According to Bloomberg, analysts had been expecting HBC to book a profit of 13.2 cents a share for the quarter ended Aug. 3. Sales reached $947.7-million, up 3.9 per cent over the same-period last year...There was strong same-store sales
Video Video Video HBC is likely to join that list on Thursday when it announces its second-quarter earnings. It's been a tough spring, certainly on the apparel side, said Maureen Atkinson, senior partner at retail consulting firm J.C...Of course, it
Market View video Shoppers enter Nordstrom department store in Pleasanton, Calif., on Nov. 7, 2011. Officials from U.S.-based retailer Nordstrom and Cadillac Fairview are scheduled to announce Canadian store plans at a media briefing in Toronto on
Burton, which makes snowboards, boots and bindings, as well as clothes and luggage, will open a flagship stores in Berkeley and San Francisco this fall. The retailer, with headquarters in Vermont, is hoping to become the shopping destination for the