Starwood Hotels & Resorts has announced that a small number of its North American properties were infected with malware.
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French outerwear label Moncler has been awarded approximately $448,000 in damages in relation to an intellectual property trademark infringement case.
Family disputes are the largest hurdle for achieving financial goals, but communication can make things easier, according to a new report by SEI Private Wealth Management and Scorpio Partnership.
Snapchat’s recent privacy update, allowing it to share user content with marketers, is inciting a backlash that will eventually fade, but marketers should still be wary of using these images too soon.
British apparel and accessories brand Belstaff has won a lawsuit that resulted in the closure of more than 650 counterfeit Web sites.
U.S. jeweler Tiffany & Co. has won its trademark infringement lawsuit against wholesale club Costco in a New York court.
German fashion label Hugo Boss is being fined $1.8 million for health and safety violations that led to the death of a child in one of its stores in Britain in 2013.
Counterfeiting has had an extensive impact on luxury goods and is set to keep pace with technology, creating challenges and opportunities to stop the production of these items through authentication practices.
Italian fashion label Gucci is making significant headway in the ongoing fight to prevent counterfeiting with a recent win in its lawsuit against Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba.
This year a number of luxury brands and retailers have begun to take action against the increasingly important problem of counterfeit goods in China.