September 29, 2020
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Anthony Cenname, ex-WSJ. magazine, takes on ambitious role as global revenue chief at expanding L’Officiel
Anthony Cenname has joined French fashion title L’Officiel as global chief revenue officer after recently departing as publisher of The Wall Street Journal’s WSJ. magazine.
Nordstrom is first US retailer to ban sales of exotic animal skins, with similar thumbs-down for real fur
Nordstrom Inc. took a major step Sept. 29 with the announcement that the U.S. department store chain will stop selling fur and exotic animal skin merchandise by the end of next year.
Tiffany, in mounting war of public statements, responds to “baseless and misleading counterclaims filed by LVMH”
The legal tussle between French conglomerate LVMH and U.S. jeweler gets more vicious by the minute as it is fought out as much in the court of public opinion as it is in law courts.
LVMH, post-countersuit against Tiffany, issues statement that “conditions to close the acquisition are not met”
LVMH issued a statement Sept. 29 morning only hours after the French luxury conglomerate countersued Tiffany & Co. to claim that conditions to close the planned $16.2 billion acquisition of the U.S. jeweler were not met.
How can British luxury return to growth after COVID-19?
NEW YORK – Creativity and innovations will help the British luxury industry regain its footing as it looks to recover from the global pandemic.
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