Oxford Q2 Boosted by Tommy Bahama

Oxford Industries

Despite strong sales at Tommy Bahama and Lilly Pulitzer, Oxford Industries lowers its FY earnings guidance.

Obituary: James Tuman

James Tuman

James F. (Jim) Tuman, III, retired president of Oxford Industries’ Lanier Clothes division, has died after a battle with lung cancer. He was 65.

Oxford Industries elects Thomas C. Gallagher to Board of Directors; declares quarterly cash dividend

Oxford Industries

Oxford Industries, Inc. shareholders have elected Thomas C. Gallagher, to the Company’s Board of Directors.

Q1 profit drops 24% at Oxford Industries

Oxford Industries

Oxford Industries CEO Thomas Chubb III said he was pleased with his company’s Q1 performance, despite a 24% drop in profit.

Ben Sherman names Maidment CEO

Mark Maidment

Oxford Industries announced that Mark Maidment has been named chief executive of Ben Sherman.

Oxford Industries suffers drop in Q4 profit but sales rise 18%

Oxford Industries

Oxford Industries reported an increase in Q4 sales but earnings dropped 25 percent to $5.3 million.

Oxford Industries cuts FY outlook despite Q3 profit

Oxford Industries

Oxford Industries has cut its full-year earnings target despite booking a 85.3% jump in third-quarter net profit.

Tommy Bahama opening NYC flagship

Tommy Bahama Flagship

NEW YORK—Tommy Bahama opens its Manhattan flagship store tomorrow—its first global flagship. The store at 551 Fifth Avenue (at 45th Street) will be the largest Tommy Bahama store in the world. The store will feature 5,000 sq. ft. of men’s, women’s and home decor retail space; 1,300 sq. ft. for the Marlin Bar; and 6,700 […]

Tom Chubb to succeed Hicks Lanier as CEO of Oxford Industries; Lanier to continue to serve as chairman of the board

Oxford Industries

Oxford Industries, Inc. announced today that J. Hicks Lanier has informed the company’s board of directors that he plans to retire as chief executive officer effective as of December 31, 2012.

Oxford Industries Q2 profit jumps

Oxford Industries

Oxford Industries has seen its Q2 net profit nearly double, which it attributed to increased sales in its Tommy Bahama and Lilly Pulitzer brands.