- Week in Review: 07/26/2014 Jul 26, 2014 Saturday
- AAFA Lobbies for Trade on Capitol Hill Jul 25, 2014 Friday
- Mark G. Parker's Total Pay at Nike Declines Jul 25, 2014 Friday
- Amazon, LVMH Shares Take Hit Jul 25, 2014 Friday
- No Merger for Destination Maternity Jul 25, 2014 Friday
- Christian Dior Couture Sales Ease 1.5% in H1 Jul 25, 2014 Friday
- German Consumer Morale Hits 7-Year Peak Jul 25, 2014 Friday
- Anya Hindmarch Takes Control of Japan Business Jul 25, 2014 Friday
- LVMH Shares Fall Sharply on Earnings Miss Jul 25, 2014 Friday
- De Beers' Operating Profit, Sales Rise in H1 Jul 25, 2014 Friday
The president and chief executive officer of Nike Inc., saw his total compensation for fiscal 2014 dip 4.8 percent to $14.7 million.
More than two dozen lawmakers bring their case to Washington.
The company said Friday it does not intend to make an offer for U.K.-based Mothercare plc.
The company has filed a petition under Chapter 11 seeking bankruptcy court protection in Trenton.
The survey published by market research group GfK posted its strongest reading since December 2006.
Hudson Jeans' New Image: Keeping It Real
The denim label is moving on from the branding formula that has worked in its favor for 12 years.
Wal-Mart Names Greg Foran to Lead U.S. Business
In a surprise shift, Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has tapped its top Far East executive to revive its stores at home in the U.S.
There are plans for the accelerator to become an annual 12-week program.
Week in Review: 07/26/2014
WWD highlights the 10 must-read stories of the week.
A slowdown in mainland Chinese tourists has hit store sales, paving the way for the first drop in retail rents in a decade.