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Converse renamed this longtime classic sneaker, originally dubbed the All Star, after another American icon — basketball great Chuck Taylor — in 1921.

Wal-Mart Hits Back in Converse Case

Wal-Mart Stores Inc., one of several companies targeted by Converse Inc. in a trademark infringement claim, accused Converse of trying to “extort monetary settlements” from a large swath of the industry.

Arvind to Pay Ralph Lauren $3.2 Million in USPA Settlement

Deal could end 12-year dispute between the parties.

Matteo Marzotto

Matteo Marzotto Trial Advances in Italy

A hearing took place in the Matteo Marzotto trial Friday just as the Italian government is working on a new law that would change the course of fiscal trials.

Penney’s Chief Counsel Leaves Firm

Janet Dhillon held post for more than six years.

Columbia Sportswear's Freeze Degree Half Zip jacket.

Columbia Awarded $3.3M for Faulty Heating Technology

Hong Kong supplier didn’t contest suit filed in 2013.

Lapo Elkann

Arrests Made in Lapo Elkann Case

Two men have been arrested for blackmailing Lapo Elkann, the Italian entrepreneur and founder of trendy eyewear and lifestyle brand Italia Independent, bringing the total number of people involved in the case to three.

Supreme Court Ruling Could Impact Internet Tax Status

The Supreme Court handed down a unanimous decision Tuesday allowing a retail association to challenge in federal court a Colorado sales-tax law.

Harry Winston Thieves Sentenced to Prison

Eight men connected to two spectacular heists will have to serve from nine months to 15 years behind bars.

A view outside the JC Penney store.

Court Rekindles J.C. Penney’s Battle With Macy’s

Penney’s also posted fourth-quarter results that missed analysts’ mark.