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 [...]
Morris Goldfarb, the chairman and CEO of G-III Apparel Group is joining the board of directors at Christopher & Banks Corporation. “We are delighted to have Morris join our board and are confident we will benefit from his extensive apparel background, his broad industry knowledge and his operational experience,” said Larry Barenbaum, Christopher & Banks [...]