NEW YORK, United States — Fifth & Pacific Cos., the clothing retailer that’s selling brands, said Chief Executive Officer William McComb is leaving and being replaced by Craig Leavitt, who heads the Kate Spade division.
NEW YORK, United States — Fifth & Pacific Cos. agreed to sell its Lucky Brand Jeans division to private-equity firm Leonard Green & Partners LP for $225 million, part of a plan to divest assets and focus on the Kate Spade label.
No brand before or after it captured the zeitgeist quite like Juicy Couture. So why did the brand, a business with almost $500 million in annual revenue, sell this autumn in a $195 million cash deal to a licensing group better known for working with brands like Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley?
NEW YORK, United States — Kate Spade, the fashion label owned by Fifth & Pacific Cos., may become the next must-have accessory for acquirers in the retail industry.
NEW YORK, United States — Fifth & Pacific Cos Inc on Tuesday reported lower-than-expected second-quarter results as its Juicy Couture urban fashion brand continued to languish.
SAN FRANCISCO, United States — EBay Inc is launching virtual stores called "shoppable windows" this month that the e-commerce company hopes will help retailers generate more sales from their existing physical store networks.
NEW YORK, United States — Fifth & Pacific Cos Inc on Thursday reported a smaller first-quarter loss, as sales of its upscale Kate Spade handbag and clothing brand soared and the company offered fewer discounts on its Lucky Brand items.
Fifth & Pacific Cos Inc on Thursday reported a holiday-quarter profit that came in slightly above its own projections and reaffirmed its recent 2013 forecast. The company, once known as Liz Claiborne, confirmed its preliminary fourth-quarter sales performance, given in January. Same-store sales rose 27 percent at kate spade, its fast-growing fashion brand, and rose 3 percent at Lucky Brand, a more casual label. Same-store sales