- Europe's Markets Edge Down Oct 22, 2014 Wednesday
- Dolce, Gabbana Tax Hearing Begins at Italy's Highest Court Oct 22, 2014 Wednesday
- WWD Global Stock Tracker Up 1.3% Oct 21, 2014 Tuesday
- ILO Urges Further Reform in Bangladesh Oct 21, 2014 Tuesday
- Apple Pay Faces Hurdles — Including Wal-Mart Oct 21, 2014 Tuesday
- Tourism Spending Rebounds in September Oct 21, 2014 Tuesday
- China Q3 GDP Beats Expectations Oct 21, 2014 Tuesday
- New CEOs at Bottega Veneta and Christopher Kane Oct 21, 2014 Tuesday
- Ascena's Michael Rayden to Retire in January Oct 20, 2014 Monday
- Sears Stock Jumps 23.1% on Primark Deal Oct 20, 2014 Monday
The FTSE MIB in Milan was the sole market on the uptick in mid-morning trading on Wednesday.
The International Labor Organization intensified the pressure on the Bangladesh government to make stronger reforms in its garment industry.
The acquisition "will enable L’Oreal USA to build a new dedicated multi-cultural beauty division."
Dolce, Gabbana Tax Hearing Begins at Italy's Highest Court
Their lawyers, headed by Massimo Dinoia, are appealing a guilty verdict handed down by a Milan appeals court in April.
Dark Clouds Grow Over Luxury World
A swarm of question marks is hovering over luxury, spooking brands and investors alike about future growth prospects.
Fashion Brands Push Social Media Ads
When it comes to online advertising, the medium is definitely the message.
Kering has appointed new chief executive officers at the labels as part of a management reshuffle.
The substantial majority of retailers — almost one million or so — are taking a wait-and-see approach.
Kenya imports about 100,000 tons of secondhand clothes a year, providing the government revenues from customs duties and creating tens of thousands of jobs.
Property deals in China and its Asian neighbors reached a record $34 billion last quarter, a turnaround from the global financial crisis.