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Victoria’s Secret extends summer sale — but still gets no lift

The lingerie brand is “broken,” according to Jeffries analyst Randal Konik, and that spells serious trouble for owner L Brands.

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L Brands tumbles after weak sales at ‘broken’ brand Victoria’s Secret

L Brands shares tumbled on Tuesday after the company announced weak sales in its Victoria's Secret stores for last month.






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Michael Kors is first to test AR ads in Facebook news feed

Sephora, Bobbi Brown, Pottery Barn and Wayfair, among other brands, will begin testing the new format later this summer.






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Ann Taylor, Loft outlets expand online

Ascena is giving its premium segment the discount treatment, in the hopes of attracting new customers to the brands.






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Bain to acquire Varsity Brands, a top maker of cheerleader uniforms, for roughly $2.5 billion

Varsity Brands' foothold on the school spirits industry includes everything from cheerleading uniforms to class rings.






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Amazon turns to body imaging to perfect apparel fit

Meanwhile, the e-commerce giant's private activewear labels are beginning to outpace other brands sold on its site, according to L2.






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A chicken shortage in the UK dragged down KFC sales in the first quarter

Yum Brands posted weaker-than-expected same-store sales growth in the first quarter.






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Tim Hortons’ owner is ‘not happy’ with the brand, eyes major turnaround

Restaurant Brands International told investors that it's about to make major changes at Tim Hortons.






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Burger King fuels Restaurant Brands profit beat

Restaurant Brands' first-quarter profit topped analysts' estimates on Tuesday.






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United Colours of Benetton opens new Oxford Street store

Fashion retailer United Colours of Benetton opened the doors to a new three-storey 16,000sq ft flagship today in the heart of London’s West End. The new Oxford Street store, positioned intentionally to benefit from the boost in footfall expected when the Elizabeth Line opens this year, will mark the retailer’s 16 th UK store. Its key features include a “knitwear theatre” displaying the brands extensive knitwear collection, LED screen cladded 12 ft arches, a lounge area and touchscreen interactive tables






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