Tiffany’s Latest Jewels: Overseas Sales Top $1B As Global Growth Soars

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Tiffany & Co.'s sales are now drumming to the beat of a global rhythm — and it has big growth plans ahead.

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Ready-to-Go for Fall

There is no shortage of ready-to-wear labels, but that hasn’t deterred four designers from forging ahead to try to stake their claim.

clock March 27, 2007Rosemary Feitelberg and Marc Karimzadeh

Implementing security initiatives, even at a small facility, such as the one in Wilmington, N.C., shown here, can be costly.


Port Officials: Security Costs Hampering Growth

The nation’s port authority officials want more financial help from the federal government for the rollout of a massive worker identification program that could severely disrupt global trade if not properly executed.

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Wage Hike Takes New Direction in Congress

More twists and turns seem likely in the push by Democrats for the first minimum wage increase in a decade.

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In Brief: Avon Board Moves… Kors Gets Honor… Paul Smith To Grow at Heathrow

Avon Products Inc.’s board has nominated Gary M. Rodkin to join the board. Rodkin, president and chief executive officer of ConAgra Foods Inc., will stand for election at the beauty firm’s annual shareholders meeting May 3.

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Emanuel Chirico, Phillips-Van Heusen


Calvin Klein Royalties Fuel PVH Net

Growth in Calvin Klein royalties and the heritage men’s dress shirt and sportswear businesses drove double-digit percentage increases in Phillips-Van Heusen’s fourth-quarter and year-end results.

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Fashion Features

Beauty Beat: Girlactik Refines Pink Package

Girlactik”s buyers, who are mostly between the ages of 25 and 50, are hardly girly. The pink packaging, on the other hand, was more teen than mature woman.

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Oxfam: Trade Deals Unfair to Poor Nations

Regional and bilateral trade deals are harmful to poor nations and allow rich countries to win more concessions than they can obtain in global trade talks.

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Tiffany’s Latest Jewel: Overseas Sales Top $1B As Global Growth Soars

Tiffany & Co.’s sales are now drumming to the beat of a global rhythm – and it has big growth plans ahead.

clock March 27, 2007Vicki M. Young


Brooks Bros. Opens Revamped Milan Flagship

Brooks Brothers is hoping Milanese women will respond as well as their male counterparts to the brand’s specific take on classic Americana dressing.

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Thom Browne Appoints CEO

Thom Browne is building a team for growth.

clock March 27, 2007Marc Karimzadeh

Fashion Features

Fashion Scoops: Scandal, Italian-style… Back To School… Valentino’s New Line…

Diego Della Valle is in the public eye again and it’s not for the latest must-have pebble loafer. After last year’s soccer scandal that involved his team, Fiorentina, the Italian entrepreneur on Monday was questioned by prosecutor Henry John Woodcock.

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Rocket Man

When L.A. social girls say they are throwing a “little party,” one should always expect something more along the lines of a capacity-crowd event. Such was the case at Jenni Kayne’s Friday night fete at Maison 140’s Bar Noir.

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Memo Pad: Bloggers Not Bitten… Another Look… New Cutter

Oprah Winfrey’s power to publicize an author, a star or a designer is legendary, so naturally she was promised an exclusive on the unveiling of Sarah Jessica Parker’s new Bitten line for mass chain retailer Steve & Barry’s.

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