Accessories News


French businesses crack down on climate change

French Companies Make $47.8 Billion Climate Pledge

Kering and L’Oréal are among those who have vowed to help slow down global warming ahead of the Paris climate summit.

The liquidation of high-profile chain Circuit City has spooked some gift card purchasers

Think Tank: Planning as Lifeline Out of Retail Bankruptcy

A recent AlixPartners study shows that a staggering 55 percent of retail bankruptcies over the last 10 years ultimately ended in liquidation. Why?

Sir Philip Green

Topshop’s U.S. Business Thriving With Nordstrom, Beyoncé Collection on Track to Launch in March

Sales up, profits flat at Sir Philip Green’s Taveta Investments Ltd.

Shoppers Em Quarter

Stocks Move Higher as Personal Incomes Rise

Stocks are moving higher even though consumer spending was less than expected as personal incomes rose.

European Stock Markets Climb After Slow Start to Week

All major indices were on the upswing, with supermarkets logging solid gains.

Marc Lore

Jet Raises $350M as Part of Series B Funding

The e-commerce company brings in new funding and scores $1 billion valuation.

An accessories store in Singapore.

Guess Tops Estimates Despite Profit Drop

Revenues fell 11.7 percent in the third quarter as currency translation hit the brand.

Tom Kingsbury

Burlington Sees $15.1M Profit, Inventory Opportunity

Off-pricer sees a chance to stock up on inventory given the glut among full-price retailers.

Bond Street

NGO Calls for Better Anti-Money Laundering Rules in Britain

Study says too much money is passing through luxury goods retailers.