Beloved toy store FAO Schwarz makes its comeback

After a three-year absence, a new FAO opened Friday in Manhattan's Rockefeller Center, about 10 blocks from its former home near Central Park.

No offense, runners, but the endurance this company is recognizing isn’t yours

Shannon Connolly's entrepreneurial mission is summed up in her company Spectator Sports' tagline, "Swag for the sport of racing support."

No offense, runners, but the endurance this company is recognizing isn’t yours

Shannon Connolly's entrepreneurial mission is summed up in her company Spectator Sports' tagline, "Swag for the sport of racing support."

Head of Victoria’s Secret Lingerie resigns

Jan Singer had been in the role just over two years.

Head of Victoria’s Secret Lingerie resigns

Jan Singer had been in the role just over two years.

David’s Bridal is near a deal for Chapter 11 restructuring

The Conshohocken-based company is closing in on an agreement with lenders to cut debt through a bankruptcy filing and keep its chain of wedding-gown stores in business, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

David’s Bridal is near a deal for Chapter 11 restructuring

The Conshohocken-based company is closing in on an agreement with lenders to cut debt through a bankruptcy filing and keep its chain of wedding-gown stores in business, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
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Larkshead is a Philly athletic apparel start-up that wants you to own less apparel

"There's a whole industry around promotional clothing which, for the most part, ends up being a lot of times just a race to the bottom," said Tyler Magura, founder of Larkshead.

Northeast Philly Kmart among latest to be closed by Sears

Sears Holdings is shutting down another 40 Sears and Kmarts on top of 188 previously targeted for closure.

Lingerie leader Victoria’s Secret has new competition: Brands embracing body positivity

"There is now room for all types of bodies to be their own version of sexy," said an analyst.

In its first print toy catalog, Amazon bets on the classics

In the wake of the Toys R Us liquidation, other retailers are boasting big changes to show their commitment to holiday toy sales.

Destination Maternity will close up to 25 percent of its stores by 2022. Stock rises

The CEO talked of "right-sizing our ship, optimizing our infrastructure, and focusing on product innovations and solutions." Investors applauded. The new plan comes after the company endured a bitter proxy fight last year.

La Colombe and other companies want to help their employees vote on Election Day

Many people are concerned that we could lose our democracy if we don't vote, said a Wharton professor.

Michaels and Miller’s Ale House coming to Plymouth Meeting Mall

These stores are part of efforts to reimagine the mall with more entertainment, food, fitness and varied retail.

Gritty, devils, and vampires: How Philadelphians are preparing for Halloween

Millennials are more likely than other generations to buy a costume for their pet, the National Retail Federation survey found.

Food truck entrepreneurs work to rescue a South Philly park

"A lot of people think of that part of South Philly as underachieving or low income and sure, maybe it is low income, but there are people that have really great skills and that's what we're trying to emphasize."

U.S. shoppers may pay high price for America’s China addiction

U.S. companies are scrambling to line up factories and suppliers outside of China as the trade war hikes the cost of importing everything from furniture to toilet paper. But for some products, it's not that easy.

Two Philly-area Macy’s get personal shopping service, virtual reality added elsewhere

This is part of the retailer's strategy to upgrade the in-store and online experiences.

How his brother’s diabetes drove one Philly clothing entrepreneur to new heights

Daniel Fine's Neu LLC is lighting up the licensed sports apparel market with techniques drawn from the world of fast fashion. Neu topped the Philadelphia 100 list of fastest growing companies for the second year in a row.

How 9 Philly area guys worked to make beef jerky righteous

The Righteous Felon Beef Jerky Cartel has evolved from a teen tall tale into one of the region's fastest growing businesses.

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