Wednesday was another day full of announcements from U.S. retailers looking to do their part to combat the spread of Covid-19 by implementing store closures. J.C. Penney, Skechers and J.Jill were among the latest batch.
Hudson’s Bay Co Executive Chairman Richard Baker said on Monday he had teamed up with other shareholders to offer to take the struggling Canadian department store operator private in a $1.3 billion cash deal.
The trade show, which takes place from 8 to 10 February, will debut a new format, combining fashion and footwear. 34.5% of the almost 800 exhibitors will be new brands as the event continues to focus on sustainability.
The New York-based sports and footwear retailer announced on Tuesday that it has realigned its organizational operating model into three geographical regions, appointing the new divisions’ leaders from within.
At least three garment manufacturers in Bangladesh that supply European brands such as H&M and Next have laid off thousands of workers weeks after they had joined wage protests, union leaders said on Tuesday.
The New York-based sports and footwear retailer is opening its first North American ‘Power Store’ in Eastpointe, Michigan, an 8,500-square-foot retail location which aims to be a hub for the local sneakerhead community.