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COLUMBIA TAPS CFO: Pat Anderson has been promoted from corporate controller to chief financial officer of Columbia Sportswear Co., the Portland, Ore. activewear and outerwear maker.
He reports to Tim...

– March 20, 1997

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VENDORS LINE UP FOR IN-LINE

NEW YORK -- If activewear makers are on target, in-line skating should repeat as the year's hottest recreational activity.
That's the forecast from the Sporting Goods Manufacturers'...

– March 20, 1997

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DESIGNER HOLDINGS CUTS OUTLOOK FOR SALES IN '97

NEW YORK -- Designer Holdings said Wednesday it's tightening distribution for its CK Calvin Klein jeanswear and khakis business in a move that will cut into growth this...

– March 20, 1997

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OPERA'S FIRST LADY

Byline: Susan Watters

WASHINGTON -- "Many women who look like dignified ladies are courtesans," says Marta Domingo. "We are surrounded by them."
Domingo is en route to the Watergate after...

– March 20, 1997

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EYE SCOOP

That fabulous comedy duo of Mizrahi and Fox is together again. Isaac Mirzrahi, who worked with Michael J. Fox on the movie "For Love or Money," is dropping in on Fox's sitcom, "Spin City," during sweeps week...

– March 20, 1997

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REEBOK GOLF ALTERS STRATEGY FOR GROWTH

Byline: Rosemary Feitelberg

NEW YORK -- As part of its plan to exceed $100 million in wholesale volume for golf apparel and footwear by 2000, Reebok Golf has reorganized...

– March 20, 1997

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LESLIE FAY PLAN AWAITS OK

Byline: Vicki M. Young

NEW YORK -- The Leslie Fay Cos. will have to wait until at least the end of the month for confirmation of its Chapter 11 plan of reorganization, as it does some...

– March 20, 1997

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MILLER THREATENS SUIT AFTER LVMH PULLS OUT OF TALKS FOR DFS STAKE

Byline: Vicki M. Young / With contributions from Sara Raper, Paris

NEW YORK -- The battle between LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton and DFS...

– March 20, 1997

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BRIEF ENCOUNTER

PARIS -- Brief, briefer, briefest. Short skirts were one of the biggest trends to emerge from the fall European collections. And few designers took to them with as much enthusiasm as Valentino, whose...

– March 20, 1997

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EATON HIRES GOLDMAN, SACHS TO FIND BUYERS FOR STORES

NEW YORK -- T. Eaton Co. Ltd., Canada's best-known department store chain, has hired Goldman, Sachs & Co. and Toronto-based RBC Dominion Securities Inc. to sell as...

– March 20, 1997

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CALVIN'S 5-YEAR PLAN: A MILAN STORE TODAY, THEN EUROPE, MIDEAST

Byline: Janet Ozzard, New York / Sara Gay Forden, Milan

NEW YORK -- Calvin Klein is on to the next frontier -- Europe.
With retail and...

– March 19, 1997

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FERRAGAMO OPENS 1ST MIDWEST UNIT

Byline: Elaine Glusac

CHICAGO -- Marking its first foray into the Midwest, Italian luxury goods manufacturer Salvatore Ferragamo opened a 10,000-square-foot flagship at 645...

– March 19, 1997

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