- WWD Tracker Down for Day, Up for Week Dec 19, 2014 Friday
- Tory Burch Renews Contract with Luxottica Group SpA Dec 19, 2014 Friday
- U.S. Judge Approves Class-Action Lawsuit Against Target Dec 19, 2014 Friday
- Mexx Canada to Shutter Dec 19, 2014 Friday
- Rent The Runway Raises $60M Series D Round Dec 19, 2014 Friday
- Estée Lauder Purchases Glamglow Dec 19, 2014 Friday
- PVH, Gazal Expand Australian Joint Venture Dec 19, 2014 Friday
- Dov Charney's Legal Battle Could Hit 'Hundreds of Million of Dolllars' Dec 19, 2014 Friday
- Consumers Can Sue Target Corp Over Data Breach Dec 19, 2014 Friday
- Consumer Morale in Germany Hits Eight-Year High Dec 19, 2014 Friday
Dow, S&P up again, rise more than 3% during week.
In the seventh month of negotiations for a key labor contract between dockworkers, the West Coast ports are putting the worst of the congestion behind them.
This is the fourth brand Lauder's snapped up since October.
The renewal will extend the license agreement to distribute Tory Burch sun and prescription eyewear globally for the next 10 years.
- U.S. Judge Approves Class-Action Lawsuit Against Target
- Dov Charney's Legal Battle Could Hit 'Hundreds of Million of Dolllars'
- Consumers Can Sue Target Corp Over Data Breach
- No. 10: The Tax Man Cometh and Goeth
- U.S. Shippers Cite Gap in Labor Talks with Dockworkers
- Avon to Pay $135M in Corruption Case
Shoppers expect the country to gain momentum.
Simon Property Group and eBay Inc. have started to collaborate on creating technologies that spur traffic and improve the shopping experience in malls.
No. 9: The Flight of Dov Charney
The suspended ceo of American Apparel was fired for cause this month, setting up a potentially expensive legal battle.
A U.S. judge has cleared the way for consumers to sue over the retailer's late 2013 data breach that they say compromised their personal financial information.
Fashion Moments of 2014
Looking back on the year.
The building’s retail tenants include jewelers Bulgari SpA and K. Mikimoto & Co.