Founder Maurice Breton has taken a page from Starbucks: opening in prime locations and creating memorable in-store transactions.
The 75-year-old CEO helped orchestrate the sale of his shoe brand to Coach for $574 million in 2015.
A pair of white lace bridal shoes changed everything.
The luxury retailer becomes the latest merchant to consider “strategic alternatives” for itself.
First there was Cassius Clay. Then Lew Alcindor. Now Quiksilver aims to follow a similar path where new names lead to greatness.
State leaders are rolling out the welcome mat.
E-commerce sales at Wal-Mart U.S. surged 29 percent.
After much speculation — and continued disagreement with state leaders — the OR trade show confirmed it will exit Utah in 2018.
The beleaguered retailer said it would slash corporate overhead and close a large number of stores.