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Study Finds Retailers Lack Mobile Strategies

A disconnect between online retailers and their mobile strategies — or lack thereof — might hurt sales during a fast approaching holiday shopping season.

Tommy Hilfiger Group, PVH Corp., Avery Baker, Gary Sheinbaum, promotion, executive change, chief marketing officer, chief brand officer, Tommy Hilfiger Americas, Daniel Grieder, Latin America,

New Roles for Avery Baker, Gary Sheinbaum at Tommy Hilfiger Group

Baker, who continues as chief marketing officer, will add the title of chief brand officer. Sheinbaum will become ceo of Tommy Hilfiger Americas.

Shinola, Steve Bock, London, SoHo, retail, watches, timepieces, accessories,

Shinola to Open in London's Soho

The Detroit-based company will open a 400-square-foot store on Newburgh Street in October.

Canada, Pete Nordstrom, Nordstrom, retail, expansion, Calgary, Holt Renfrew, Rack, Nordstrom Rack,

Nordstrom Joins Rush to Canada

A country with a population of only 35 million, Canada is experiencing an unprecedented influx of U.S. retailers.

luxury, Prada, Compagnie Financière Richemont, Kering, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, earnings, outlook, currency, euro, economy, headwinds

Lackluster Results Fuel Luxury Angst

Two major groups — Prada and Compagnie Financière Richemont — last week reported muted figures following similar sluggish times at Kering and LVMH.

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UBM, Advanstar in Talks for Deal

UBM in a statement Friday confirmed that it is in talks over a potential acquisition of Advanstar.

Saturdays NYC Expands in Japan

The New York-based lifestyle brand will open its fifth store in Nagoya, Japan, in early October.

ITC Investigating Denim Patent Case

The U.S. International Trade Commission said it is initiating an investigation into a patent infringement complaint regarding laser-abraded denim technology.

Nike, Target Pull Adrian Peterson NFL Merchandise

As the league continues to regroup in the wake of the domestic violence controversy, a few key sponsors have somewhat distanced themselves.

Jean-Victor Meyers, Exemplaire, knitwear, men's, mens, Paris, retail, Rue Saint-Honoré

Exemplaire Opens Flagship in Paris

The upscale knitwear label for men is opening its first stand-alone unit today at 334 Rue Saint-Honoré, Paris’ luxury shopping street.

USTR Presses Labor Case Against Guatemala

The office is charging that the country has failed to effectively enforce its own labor laws and fully comply with an 18-point enforcement plan.

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