EBay Inc did not engage in trademark infringement and dilution by selling counterfeit Tiffany & Co goods on its website, a U.S. appeals court ruled, but it ordered further review of the jeweler's claim of false advertising.
Jeweler Zale Corp won breathing room from Citibank by getting an extra month to decide whether to pay a penalty for low sales generated by its private label credit cards issued by Citibank or lose its relationship with the bank.
What do British 1980s groups Madness and the Cure have in common with current teen heart-throb actor Robert Pattinson, Pope John Paul II and the Dalai Lama? Believe it or not, Dr. Martens' boots and shoes.
China's gold demand is expected to double over the next decade due to jewellery consumption and investment needs, the World Gold Council (WGC) said in its first report on the world's fastest growing consumer of the metal.
Israel will allow a shipment of clothes and shoes to be delivered to Palestinians in the Gaza Strip for the first time in its almost three-year-old tight blockade of the enclave, Palestinian officials said.
Demand for Indian couture has surged in the Middle East and East Asia in the last five years but the West remains out of bounds due to lack of exposure, designers and buyers said at India's largest fashion event.