Macy’s and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that the 39th annual fireworks show will be back on the East River for a second year on Saturday, July 4th.
The company earned 98 cents a share, with adjusted earnings of $1.10 a share. Analysts expected $1.03 a share, according to Thomson Reuters.
The Stuart House Benefit at the L.A. John Varvatos store, an event that raised money for the home for children who have suffered sexual abuse, featured auctions and a live performance by Ziggy Marley.
TJX Companies beat Wall Street’s earnings estimates by three cents per share in the first quarter of fiscal 2016.
Hilfiger, who has long been confirmed as showing at the inaugural New York Fashion Week: Men’s in June will now be presenting his collection in both of the fashion capitals.
Cherokee Global Brands has acquired Everyday California, a La Jolla, Calif.-based casual apparel brand that grew out of an ocean kayak rental business.
The two stores, at 110 Fifth Avenue and 510 Fifth Avenue, have been put up for lease by the chain’s parent company, Loblaw Cos. Ltd.
Despite reporting what it hailed as record Q1 sales, Urban Outfitters missed Wall Street’s expectations by $20 million.
Hampshire Group, which announced in April that it would sell its Honduras-based Rio Garments business to the factory’s management, says it has amended the deal to accommodate the buyers.