Posted by Dale Buss on February 14, 2014 09:12 AM
P&G begins considering candidates to succeed CEO Lafley (again) as it holds early lead in Sochi social media derby.
BP must face shareholder suit over 2006 Alaska spill.
Uber officially launches in China, but under new, localized brand name.
Apple continues hiring spree to devleop iWatch.
BMW plans to bring back BMW Films as it unveils first front-wheel-drive model.
Burger King global sales rise while North America drops, but company reaps benefits of refranchising.
CVS Caremark tests telehealth sites.
Carnival Cruise Lines sees image back on upswing.
Charter turns from Time Warner Cable to pursue other acquisitions.
Cheesecake Factory holds off on tablets.
Danone struggles to claw back market share in China.
“Dumb Ways to Die” returns with Valentine’s Day tribute.Continue reading...
Posted by Mark J. Miller on June 24, 2011 10:00 AM
Timberland is proud of its sustainable store design, talking up the eco-conscious retail elements at its San Francisco flagship in the video above.
It isn't just green at heart; it's considerably more green in the wallet, too. That's because it was just sold to the VF Corporation for $43 a share, or a whopping $2 billion.Continue reading...
Posted by Barry Silverstein on March 4, 2010 10:55 AM
The sale of Tommy Hilfiger, a leading premium fashion brand, may occur within weeks, reports the New York Post. The likely buyer? None other than Phillips-Van Heusen Corporation (PVH), which already owns an impressive stable of fashion brands, including Arrow, Bass, Calvin Klein, Izod, and Van Heusen.
Tommy Hilfiger went from a public to a private company in 2006 when it was purchased by equity firm Apax Partners. Of course, that was before the global economic meltdown pummeled retail brands.Continue reading...