BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
Perry Ellis International Inc. on Thursday reported a loss of $437,000 in its fiscal third quarter. The results fell short of Wall Street expectations.
Gap Inc. incoming chief executive officer Art Peck is overhauling management at the ailing Banana Republic and Gap brands.
Just two months after its record initial public offering, Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. is facing its “most dangerous moment,” according to founder Jack Ma.
Cosmetics retailer Sephora USA Inc has blocked the online accounts of scores of customers with Asian names because it suspected them of buying discount items in bulk to resell them, a new lawsuit claims.
EBay Inc is retooling its local delivery program and extending more logistics options to smaller merchants that make up the bulk of the e-commerce giant’s sprawling base of marketplace sellers.
Today, BoF can exclusively reveal that new British womenswear brand Finery London is set to launch in 2015 with critical global distribution deals and financing from Rocket Internet-backed Global Fashion Group.
United Parcel Service Inc’s chief executive officer said on Monday the company’s closer collaboration with major retailers should bring a smooth holiday season, but he said UPS would charge customers more or even refuse packages if last-minute sales by a major customer threaten the company’s system.
The head of Future Group, one of India’s largest and most established retailers, admits he can’t keep up with web sites like Snapdeal and Flipkart when it comes to spending money to entice shoppers to buy online.
Marks & Spencer Group hired Helen Weir to succeed Alan Stewart as chief financial officer, recruiting from one of its main UK retail competitors.