Retail Roundup—Amazon Business hits France; Supervalu investor pushing sale

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Amazon introduces Business in France. (FierceRetail)

Amazon Business available in France

Amazon Business is now available on Amazon's France site. Now live in six countries—including the U.S., Germany, U.K., Japan and India—the Business platform helps organizations of all sizes simplify the procurement process for buyers. (Amazon Business)

Macy's creates line for Muslim women

Macy's is launching a line of women's clothing exclusively for Muslim shoppers. The company is cooperating with the Verona Collection to make dresses, tops, cardigans and hijabs available online beginning Feb. 15. (CBS)

Mauler promoted to CEO of GameStop

Michael Mauler was promoted to CEO of GameStop after 16 years with the video game retailer. Most recently the executive VP and president of the international division, Mauler had to take over after Paul Raines announced he would step down due to illness. (Dallas News)

Supervalu investor pushing for sale

An active investor in Supervalu is pressing the grocer to split itself and seek a buyer. Blackwells Capital, an owner in 4.3% of the company, asked the company to unload its retail real estate and hire new leadership in a recent letter to the board. (Business Journal)