Tiffany & Co. has entered into a new ten year license agreement with Luxottica for the development, production and global distribution of sunglasses and prescription frames under the Tiffany & Co. brand.
British retail sales grew much faster than expected last month as shoppers took advantage of Black Friday bargains, official figures showed on Thursday, contrasting with more downbeat industry surveys.
A new report has found that tanneries in India are causing significant damage to their local environments and communities, and is asking brands, authorities and factories to adopt a new industry-wide commitment.
Busy stores and finding cheaper products post-purchase are driving consumers to do their Christmas shopping online, but retailers need to optimise their sites to take advantage of the surge, says new report.
Independent shareholders in Sports Direct on Wednesday voted against making a retrospective payment of 11 million pounds to the brother of founder and majority shareholder Mike Ashley for his work as an IT expert.
Concerns about the impact of next year’s election and competition from lower-cost or more efficient Asian rivals will slow the growth of Cambodia’s garment industry next year, the main manufacturers’ group said.
India’s cotton output is set to rise 9.3 percent in 2017/18 but won’t be the record high predicted by industry analysts as bollworm had caused damage in some regions, a government official said on Tuesday.
Adidas has agreed to an out-of-court settlement in a recent trademark case arising from the brands' long-term disputes concerning Adidas' allegations that Forever21 is wrongfully using the registered "three stripe" mark.