Tiffany Holiday Sales Fall Short as Tourists Scale Back Spending
PVH Corp-owned company said it would begin using a “digital-first” approach and reorganize its North American division.
Tiffany CEO Says It's His ‘Duty’ to Reveal Diamonds' Provenance
Nike wants you to do yoga, but not at the expense of all those miles you run.
Saks Fifth Avenue is shutting the doors of its women’s store at Manhattan’s Brookfield Place this week.
Manhattan’s Extravagant Holiday Windows Aren’t Just for Gawking
Tiffany & Co adds new objects, including a $35,000 worth watering can, to its Christmas collection.
Tory Burch Names Former LVMH Executive Roussel as Its Next CEO
Glossier Hits $100 Million in Sales and Takes Aim at Big Beauty
Tiffany's Problem Isn't the Jewelry, It's the Tourists, CEO Says
Tiffany’s Plunges as Growth Rate Slows During Crucial Holiday Season
Guns Didn’t Have a Record Black Friday
Black Friday is increasingly an online shopping event, and that’s not necessarily a good thing for legacy retailers.
Cookers Are the New Giant TVs This Black Friday
Black Friday’s Handbag War Descends on Manhattan
Coty CEO Frustrated With Supply Chain Snags at Beauty Brands
Michael Kors Shares Slide Most Since May 2015
Ralph Lauren's Profit, Sales Beats Aren't Enough for Wall Street
Coty Cuts Deal With Alibaba to Court Chinese Beauty Shoppers
The Small Dealers Shaping The Vintage Watch Business
Canada Goose Acquires Winter-Boot Maker Baffin to Enter Footwear