Rights groups applaud the decision as a victory for individual and religious freedom.
Revenues dropped 15 percent, despite the "first signs of improving trends in mainland China.”
Reebok International Ltd., a subsidiary of Adidas International, has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Nike over alleged infringement of its collapsible shoe technology.
Swedish designer Johanna Dauphin is working up a formula for the perfect fit, blending Italy’s finest fabrics and high-quality Japanese twills with her clean-cut Scandinavian style.
Heavy customer use has taken a toll on the four-year-old Wal-Mart in Crenshaw, Calif., a suburb in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley.
“Pain, pain, pain, curtain call,” deadpans Jeff Daniels of his latest theater experience.
Boosted by its acquisition of Quest, fragrance and flavors supplier Givaudan announced first-quarter sales of 890 million Swiss francs, or $722 million at…
Does a scattershot list of gay Timesmen a mafia make? According to Out magazine’s media-heavy Power 50 list, which ranked several New York Times reporters a collective seventh on the list, it does, even if many of its made men don’t actually know…
The Botticelli-esque piano chanteuse is back, this time with a bevy of fashion-forward alter egos. They’re known as the American Doll Posse – Santa, Clyde, Isabel, Pip and, of course, Tori – and they’re a force to be reckoned with.
Federated Department Stores Inc. is spending another $100 million to beef up Internet operations and crack $1 billion in direct-to-consumer sales by next year.