The fast-fashion chain is not waiting around for a trademark lawsuit to take Gucci to court.
The fine over Google’s alleged manipulation of comparative pricing results wasn’t enough to send investors fleeing.
Europe’s antitrust authority said the tech giant “systematically” favored its own comparison service over all others.
The debt-laden retailer is close to completing an exchange offer that will give it some much-needed cash.
The retailer said it’s not tied closely enough to subsidiary Free People for the music festival to accuse both of trademark infringement.
China-based Best Inc. is looking to raise millions for a global expansion.
The filing comes amid a brand “reinvention” and years of losses.
The official White House employee is still working on securing trademarks for her eponymous brand.
The Alibaba founder is waving the flag of globalization in the face of opposing political movements in the U.S. and the U.K.
The platform’s new Lens app is looking to help users compare even more outfits.
The company’s new chief executive officer is making sweeping changes to keep shareholders happy.
The luxury fashion house won the first round in a new fight against counterfeiters worth more than $60 million.
With a promise not to sue, the denim brand said Off-White’s trademark suit is pointless and should be dismissed.
Kering has plans for more stores and many more sales under the Saint Laurent banner.
Selima Optique told a court the luxury powerhouse is operating a “bait-and-switch scheme,” which Kering flatly denied.