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Penney's shares plunge on report on financing woes

J.C. Penney' s shares plunged Wednesday after a report that CIT, the largest lender in the clothing industry, has stopped providing financial support to small and large suppliers selling to Penney stores. Full story

The Style Bus takes salon treatments on the road!

From clothing boutiques to dog groomers, more and more businesses owner are opting for mobile stores over traditional brick and mortar shops. Full story

Smart Woman: Designing for a Cure

Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (Ivanhoe Newswire) - It's not your typical runway. Sure the models are hot and the dresses glamorous, but these young women all have one thing in common: they've all survived cancer. Maria Chaverri studied to be an artist but Full story

Under Armour 2Q profit jumps, raises sales outlook

Under Armour Inc. said Thursday that its second-quarter net income more than doubled as consumers bought more of its athletic clothing and it expanded its shoe offerings. Full story

Iconix 2Q profit up, lifts 2013 profit outlook

Iconix, a clothing brand licensing company, said Wednesday that its second-quarter net income climbed 35 percent, driven by a rise in licensing revenue. Full story

Investing 101: How to budget for investments

   Without a household budget, chances are slim you’ll have enough money left over to invest. TODAY financial editor Jean Chatzky give advice on budgeting so you can get started investing and saving for retirement.

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Clothing store revenue comparisons for June

Gap says key June sales figure up 7 percent

Stein Mart key sales figure rises 6.5 pct in June

News Summary: US companies detail Bangladesh plan

Lululemon chairman will sell up to 3.4M shares

Uniqlo brings fashion back to the source in Bangladesh

Nike posts higher profit, China orders rise

U.S., Vietnam still far apart on clothing in trade talks

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  Fashion face-off! Vanessa Williams, Willie compete

In a styling competition, TODAY’s Willie Geist and guest anchor Vanessa Williams race to dress models in clothing and accessories appropriate for summer’s heat.

  Why do mosquitoes target certain people over others?

A new study shows that people who drink beer, wear dark clothing and have Type O blood, among other factors, are likelier to be bitten by those pesky mosquitoes.

  Money trivia: How much does it cost to make a penny?

TODAY financial editor Jean Chatzky quizzes TODAY’s Tamron Hall and Al Roker, as well as Carson Daly, on their money smarts, asking trivia questions about pop culture and financial literacy.

  10 items to help you travel smart all summer long

Summer travel plans are in full swing, and that can only mean one thing: It’s time to get packing. Whether you’re flying the friendly skies or hitting the road, style expert Jene Luciani shares the items you should be putting in your suitcase this season.

  Will UV-protective clothing will replace sunscreen?

Sascha de Gersdorff from Women’s Health gives Kathie Lee and Hoda a quiz about sunscreen and explains why UV-protective clothing won’t replace slapping the stuff on your skin.

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