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Week in Review: 07/26/2014

WWD highlights the 10 must-read stories of the week.

Week in Review: 07/19/2014

WWD highlights the 10 must-read stories of the week.

Media People, David Carey, hearst

Media People: Q&A With Hearst's David Carey

This is the debut of Media People, a periodic Q&A with executives, editors, publishers and creative forces in the media sector.

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Alibaba's Jack Ma Thinking (Really) Big

Attendees at a business conference in Tokyo got a sense of just how audacious Ma's ambitions are: He wants to be bigger than Wal-Mart Stores Inc.

Week in Review: 07/11/2014

WWD highlights the 10 must-read stories of the week.

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Ralph Toledano: Puig's Fashion Captain

The industry veteran and head of Puig's fashion division is charged with energizing the sector.

Mariano Puig, Antonio Puig, Puig, Corporación Exea Empresarial, interview, Puig Foundation, Carolina Herrera, Paco Rabanne

Puig at 100: A Patriarch Reflects

Born in Barcelona in 1927, Mariano Puig, one of founder Antonio Puig’s four sons, held the role of chief executive officer from 1957 until 1998.

Puig, Marc Puig, outlook, milestone, 100 years, prestige, fragrance, sustainability, Carolina Herrera, Paco Rabanne, Nina Ricci, Jean Paul Gaultier, Ralph Toledano,

Marc Puig Discusses Puig's Ambitious Plans

The family’s third-generation chief executive officer outlines strategic initiatives to carry the company forward.

Measuring Market Cap: An Industry of Giants

The most valuable and dynamic fashion and beauty companies in the world are either big or fast.

COTY, Michele Scannavini, Coty Prestige, Coty Beauty, reorganization, mass, prestige, product categories, emerging markets, fragrance, cosmetics, skin care, global markets,

Coty Streamlines as Part of Transformation

The company completely reorganizes from top to bottom.

Wal-Mart Gaining Steam With Made-in-U.S. Push

The retail giant on Tuesday held its first open call for U.S. vendors at the company’s Bentonville, Ark., headquarters.

Week in Review: 07/05/2014

WWD highlights the 10 must-read stories of the week.

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