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  • U.K. retailer Mothercare rejects Destination Maternity’s buyout offer for the second time

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    U.K. retailer Mothercare rejects Destination Maternity’s buyout offer for the second time

    Mothercare says Destination Maternity’s offer of $453 million “significantly undervalues” its “attractive prospects.”

    Posted 07/02/2014Stefany ZarobanPost a comment

    Mothercare says Destination Maternity’s offer of $453 million “significantly undervalues” its “attractive prospects.”
  • Bebe names a former Charlotte Russe exec as its president

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    Bebe names a former Charlotte Russe exec as its president

    Emilia Fabricant will oversee the retailer’s online sales as well as other divisions.

    Posted 08/09/2010Zak StamborPost a comment

    Emilia Fabricant will oversee the retailer’s online sales as well as other divisions.
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    Executive who helped birth Destination Maternity to retire

    Rebecca Matthias, president, chief creative officer and a director at Destination Maternity, will retire at the end of the apparel retailer’s current fiscal year, Sept. 30, 2010. She co-founded the multichannel retailer a quarter century ago.

    Posted 11/16/2009Zak StamborPost a comment

    Rebecca Matthias, president, chief creative officer and a director at Destination Maternity, will retire at the end of the apparel retailer’s current fiscal year, Sept. 30, 2010. She co-founded the multichannel retailer a quarter century ago.

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    Motherhood.com adopts $5 flat fee for U.S. shipments

    Motherhood.com, an online retailer of maternity apparel, is charging a $5 flat fee for U.S. shipments.

    Posted 10/19/2007Don DavisPost a comment

    Motherhood.com, an online retailer of maternity apparel, is charging a $5 flat fee for U.S. shipments.
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    Web sales are the fastest growing channel at Mothers Work

    Maternity apparel retailer Mothers Work Inc. reports that web sales rose 45.5% in June over June last year while overall sales grew 7.5%.

    Posted 07/05/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Maternity apparel retailer Mothers Work Inc. reports that web sales rose 45.5% in June over June last year while overall sales grew 7.5%.
  • A luxury merger: Best Selections.com and NYStyle.com

    BestSelections.com, a web site that features luxury merchants around the world, and NYStyle.com, the fashion-forward style portal, have merged. Together, the combined networks will encompass over 300 high-end retailers across 36 cities. Brand name retailers include Scoop NYC, Richard James, Voyage, Felissimo, Stubbs & Wootton, Henri Bendel, Dooney & Bourke, Belly Basics, A Pea in the Pod and Manhattan Fruitier. "This merger is an important step...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    BestSelections.com, a web site that features luxury merchants around the world, and NYStyle.com, the fashion-forward style portal, have merged. Together, the combined networks will encompass over 300 high-end retailers across 36 cities. Brand name retailers include Scoop NYC, Richard James, Voyage,…

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    Gap Gets Maternal

    Gap Inc. has taken baby steps into the maternity market by launching a new line of maternity clothes to be sold exclusively on its Web site. The newest line from Gap allows the company to gauge customer demand without investing a lot of money to expand new stores, according to analysts. "The Internet is uniquely positioned to test something new," says Lazard Freres retail analyst Todd Slater. "If it grows into something more substantial, they can...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Gap Inc. has taken baby steps into the maternity market by launching a new line of maternity clothes to be sold exclusively on its Web site. The newest line from Gap allows the company to gauge customer demand without investing a lot of money to expand new stores, according to analysts. "The…
  • Gap gets maternal, but only online

    Pregnant Netizens didn’t have to wait until Mother’s Day for a gift from Gap Inc.: a new line of maternity clothes being test-marketed on the retailer’s Web site. “Ever since launching Baby Gap,” says a company spokesperson, “mothers have been vocal about maternity clothes.” The Web-exclusive line mainly consists of Gap classics converted for the maternity set. The offerings include t-shirts, shells, cardigan sweaters, stretch pants, and...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    Pregnant Netizens didn’t have to wait until Mother’s Day for a gift from Gap Inc.: a new line of maternity clothes being test-marketed on the retailer’s Web site. “Ever since launching Baby Gap,” says a company spokesperson, “mothers have been vocal about maternity clothes.” The Web…

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