BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
Danish jeweller Pandora A/S said Chief Executive Officer Allan Leighton will step down after just over a year on the post, a period in which the company’s stock more than doubled.
Mobile, Tablets Lead Holiday Charge (WWD) “Holiday shopping has given new meaning to the term ‘click and order.’ In addition to a rise in the number of consumers and the average amount spent per buyer… Overall increases in online spending were fueled by other factors such as a surge in mobile and tablet commerce transactions, luxury brands that typically don’t discount, tiered sale offerings that offer
[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/7037364[/vimeo] Pushing the Boundaries of Black Style (IHT) “As opposed to the fascistically frozen street-style snaps of The Sartorialist and others, these pictures are styled and plotted fictions but also affecting ones, depicting a pair of young black men taking ownership not just of the body and what goes on it, but also of the environment it moves in… Already they have wide reach: Street
Pandora loses its shine after profits warning (FT) “Shares in Pandora, best known for the charm bracelets that it sells in 55 countries, fell 65 per cent after it slashed its full-year earnings outlook and parted company with its chief executive less than a year after it came to market in one of the biggest IPOs in Europe in 2010.” Coach profit boosted by sales, margins a concern (Reuters) “Upscale handbag maker Coach