- Moët Hennessy Reshuffles Exec Roles Jul 28, 2014 Monday
- European Stock Markets Uneven Jul 28, 2014 Monday
- Fendi to Build Miami Condos Jul 28, 2014 Monday
- Hudson's Bay Co. Technology Grabs Shoppers Jul 28, 2014 Monday
- Chow Tai Fook Plots Expansion for Hearts on Fire Jul 28, 2014 Monday
- Mark Sebba to Retire as CEO of Net-a-porter Group Jul 27, 2014 Sunday
- 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
Fashion, luxury and stocks were in a similar pattern.
More than two dozen lawmakers bring their case to Washington.
Chow Tai Fook Plots Expansion for Hearts on Fire
The Chinese giant bought the Boston-based diamond specialist for $150 million last month.
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.
Several Hudson’s Bay and Lord & Taylor stores have deployed a new mobile shopping experience via the Swirl in-store beacon marketing platform.
New appointments include Jean-Marc Lacave at Moet Hennessy and Jean-Marc Gallot at Veuve Clicquot.
There are plans for the accelerator to become an annual 12-week program.
Week in Review: 07/26/2014
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Marking its first branded real estate project globally, the brand is partnering with Château Group to develop a 12-story waterfront condo.