Wolverine expresses gratitude to Michigan’s congressional delegation for Berry Amendment support.
Another FFANY shoe show week is in the books. As usual, FN has the buzz from analysts on key brands that showed at the event.
In the heart of the TPP-skeptical U.S. auto industry, the footwear company made a big move supporting the deal.
Getting back on track has been the theme for shoe firms in Q1 after a dismal holiday season, rife with heavy promotions, pressured Q4 sales.
Wolverine’s management said a series of initiatives implemented last year are boosting business.
The adventure race series plans to test the toughness of participants in Asia, the UAE and Bali.
Saucony named Thomas Hartge SVP of global footwear, effective immediately. Hartge succeeds Pat O’Malley, who is now brand president.
U.S. markets opened down after terrorists attacked the subway and airport in Brussels, Beligum.
Generally, Q4 was, at best, a softer quarter for most shoe companies and a few key issues were to blame.