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Business Features

How to Protect Your Company’s Reputation During the Coronavirus Crisis

Companies navigating the global health and economic crisis face new rules of engagement.

clock April 28, 2020Joelle Diderich

Outside of the world's largest Primark store in Birmingham, England.

Retail

Primark Softens Stance on Supplier Payments, Commits to New Orders

The Dublin-based retailer is stumping up an additional 370 million pounds in payments to suppliers.

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Business Features

Zara Confirms Support for Suppliers, Commitment to Payments

Inditex, which owns Zara and a host of other retailers, said it is committed to working with its suppliers “through the impacts of COVID-19.”

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Business Features

Fashion Social Justice Advocacy in the Time of Coronavirus

The #PayUp campaign by social justice nonprofit Remake alleges brands like Gap, C&A and others have gone silent. WWD sorts through it all.

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Inside of the world's largest Primark store in Birmingham

Financial

ABF, Primark Chiefs Accept 50% Pay Cuts After COVID-19 Slowdown

The move follows that of Arcadia Group, where top bosses’ pay checks were slashed up to 50 percent.

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Financial

H&M Says Lower Demand Affecting Orders With Suppliers

The fast-fashion chain said it will honor commitments to goods in production.

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Outside of the world's largest Primark store in Birmingham, England.

Government and Trade

Primark Shuts Final Stores, Cancels Future Orders Due to Coronavirus

The retailer’s stores in the U.K. will close their doors Sunday, March 22, following a worldwide shutdown.

clock March 22, 2020Samantha Conti

The Primark store on Oxford Street

Financial

Primark’s COVID-19 Closures in Europe to Damage Second-Half Sales

Parent ABF said Monday that stores accounting for 20 percent of selling space are now shut, due to local governments’ new rules.

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Retail

American Dream Adds Water, Fast-Fashion Retailers

The gigantic project in the New Jersey Meadowlands area has been in development for 15 years under several owners.

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American Dream, the 3 million-square-foot entertainment and shopping center unveiled its Nickelodeon Universe during a preview for friends and family

Retail

American Dream Unveils Theme Park, Retail Set to Bow in March

The 3.3 million-square-foot project is building up to its retail opening, which is set for March.

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Beauty Features

What to Watch: Can Beauty Save the British High Street?

Retailers of all kinds are putting beauty at the top of their retail strategies.

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Beauty Features

The British Beauty Council Quantifies the Value of the Beauty Industry in Its Latest Report

Last year alone, the industry generated 27.2 billion pounds in consumer spending.

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Arthur Ryan, founder, former ceo and chairman of Primark.

Human Resources

Primark Founder Arthur Ryan Dies at 83

George Weston, chief executive officer of Associated British Foods, parent of Primark, called Ryan a “great giant of retailing.”

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Business Features

Study: Living Wages in Apparel Brands’ Supply Chains Need Improvement

Several of the 20 brands highlighted including H&M, Primark and Gucci challenged the findings and highlighted their respective efforts.

clock May 30, 2019Rosemary Feitelberg

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Markets

Go East, Young Brand: European Fashion Looks to Former Soviet Bloc for Growth

Rising demand in eastern Europe is the only thing keeping some mainstream brands afloat. And the market there is changing fast. The next eastern opportunities will be for premium brands like Nike and Hugo Boss, analysts say.

clock May 28, 2019Cathrin Schaer

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