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While many retailers are having a hard time growing foot traffic at brick-and-mortar locations, Ulta is bucking the trends.
Earlier this month, Coach announced its plans to buy Kate Spade for $2.4 billion, in an effort to create a broader "lifestyle assortment."
On Wednesday, PVH reported first-quarter earnings and revenue that topped Street estimates, and it raised its outlook for the full year.
Best Buy said it now expects second-quarter comparable sales to grow between 1.5 percent to 2.5 percent.
Sears' total first-quarter sales declined 20.3 percent, to $4.30 billion, coming in slightly higher than what analysts were anticipating.
Tiffany attributed the first-quarter sales declines to lower spending by both foreign tourists and local customers in its Americas region.
A deal between the three could be reached within about a month, sources told the Wall Street Journal.
Trump SoHo's corporate bookings were down to 11 events this year, with fewer well-known names, WNYC reports.
Economists were expecting existing home sales in April to fall by 1.1 percent, according to Thomson Reuters consensus estimates.