Levi Strauss put the Dockers brand up for sale, its first dramatic move since hiring advisors Alvarez & Marsal in December to help right its ship.
– May 12, 2004
Marc Jacobs and Robert Duffy signed new employment contracts Monday that will keep them with LVMH for the next decade.
– May 11, 2004
Asprey is back on London’s New Bond Street with big business plans and a 40,000-square-foot store that’s all about old-world chic.
– May 10, 2004
Same-store sales for major retailers eased back in April, as cooler temperatures in key markets tempered consumer spending.
– May 7, 2004
Target Corp. will begin to take offers this month on its Marshall Field’s and Mervyn’s divisions, raising the possibility of completing deals...
– May 6, 2004
NEW YORK — J.Lo does Moscow.
In what could be the ultimate personal appearance — at least in the burgeoning Russian market for Western...
– May 5, 2004
The Neiman Marcus Group named James Gold, a relative unknown, to be president and chief executive officer of Bergdorf Goodman.
– May 4, 2004
Neimanmarcus.com is the driving force behind NM Direct, the e-commerce and catalogue division of Neiman Marcus Group. Here’s an update
– May 3, 2004
With its days as a public company nearly over, Gucci Group will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Pinault-Printemps-Redoute at a cost of close to $9 billion.
– April 30, 2004
Estée Lauder Cos. saw earnings rise 26.2 percent to $98.3 million in the third quarter, while sales rose 15.2 percent to $1.42 billion.
– April 29, 2004
The Consumer Confidence Index jumped to 92.9 from 88.5 in March, reflecting an upbeat mood based on an improved jobs picture.
– April 28, 2004
Beyoncé Knowles has apparently signed a deal with Ecko Unlimited to produce a line of women’s clothing under the A Touch of Couture label.
– April 27, 2004