Wolverine also announced the creation of the Wolverine Children’s Group to develop the category under brands including Keds, Sperry and Saucony.
The Wolverine boss urged company leaders to reevaluate everything they do.
“We just have to make sure when consumers walk into retail that they see an interesting environment,” said Adidas’ Mark King.
Shoe executives share their thoughts on Baiocchi’s accomplishments in both business and philanthropy.
A larger dance party will take place tonight at the Hammerstein Ballroom.
Wolverine World Wide’s share price hit a 52-week low Tuesday after its Q3 earnings revealed more revenue and profit declines.
Key takeaways from some of the industry’s brightest lights during the 2015 FN CEO Summit in Miami.