G-III CEO Morris Goldfarb built his business the old-fashioned way: hard work, good instincts, great people. By Karen Alberg Grossman
Aron Goldfarb, who survived the Holocaust to start G-III Apparel Group in 1956, has died after a long illness.
NEW YORK—G-III Apparel Group narrowed its first quarter loss to half a million dollars from last year’s Q1 loss of $1.4 million on increased sales. Net sales were up 28 percent to $196.9 million. CEO Morris Goldfarb commented in a statement, “We continue to be pleased with the growth and health of our core businesses […]
NEW YORK—G-III Apparel Group has named Sammy Aaron CEO of its Calvin Klein business. G-III chief executive Morris Goldfarb commented in a statement, “Sammy has done an amazing job in building our Calvin Klein business. As CEO of this business, we are certain he will continue his enormous contribution to G-III’s success.” Aaron, the president […]