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26 апреля, 02:27

Дочь президента США торгует грязными джинсами

Компания Nordstrom, которая принадлежит Иванке Трамп, предлагает покупателям новинку — потёртые и изрезанные брюки, как у рабочего. Стоит пара таких джинсов почти 500 долларов.

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25 апреля, 22:53

Компания Иванки Трамп начала продавать "грязные" джинсы за $425

Бренд Nordstrom, принадлежащий дочери президента США Дональда Трампа Иванке, выставил на продажу "изношенные" джинсы, которые "показывают, что их владелец не боится испачкаться". Стоимость одной пары составляет $425. По сообщению CNN, джинсы выглядят как "американская рабочая одежда" — все в грязных разводах и порезах. К брюкам компания предлагает купить и куртку с похожим принтом. Примечательно, что подобную одежду ранее выпускал другой бренд.

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25 апреля, 21:11

Dirty jeans for sale: $425

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25 апреля, 19:44

Nordstrom Selling Fake-Mud Jeans For $425

Nordstrom ($JWN), which canceled Ivanka Trump's fashion line after their liberal customers complained, has decided to mock blue collar Americans by selling a pair of $425 jeans with fake mud! The "Barracuda Straight Leg Jeans" which come with a "caked on muddy coating," have already drawn heavy criticism: It's for the trust fund baby. It's for the kid who inherits the millions of dollars, the kid who doesn't want to work hard and wants to go into Nordstrom, pay a lot of money and act like they work -Ainsley Eardhardt, Fox & Friends Described as "workwear" that "shows you're not afraid to get down and dirty," Dirty Jobs host Mike Rowe mocked the jeans "that look like they have been worn by someone with a dirty job... made for people won don't" The reviews on the Nordstrom website are outstanding... So (liberal) Ivanka's line is out because of her father's politics, while "fake mud" jeans are in so trust fund babies can pretend to be the masculine version of their preferred gender. The appropriation of work culture. https://t.co/ly8uIpL5yG — Andy Swan (@AndySwan) April 25, 2017   Nordstrom ($JWN) has decided to mock blue collar Americans with "Fake Mud" jeans... ???? https://t.co/mIQajzeOsv pic.twitter.com/VSP25BN3OV — ZeroPointNow (@ZeroPointNow) April 25, 2017

25 апреля, 00:11

Do You Know Where Your Clothes Come From?

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); Have you ever considered where your clothing comes from? No, not the brand name, but the workers who stitched together your outfit at a tremendously small wage. Fast fashion brands like H&M, Nordstrom, GAP, and Forever 21 depend on vastly underpaid workers (as little as $4/hour) to make clothing at alarming rates to meet consumer demand. Most fast fashion brands can’t afford to be ethical, but you can. As today is Fashion Revolution Day, we urge you to consider the implications of your clothing choices. Today is designed to draw attention to the fact that much of the global fashion industry is opaque, exploitative and environmentally damaging. The fashion industry desperately needs revolutionary change. While we all love fashion, our clothes shouldn’t come at the cost of people or our planet. So, check out the video above from Remake. Perhaps it will help you reconsider how you consume clothing. There are ethical fashion brands out there, but you have to make the choice to seek them out. That’s what real change looks like. For more on how you can make a change with your clothing head over to Fashion Revolution Day’s website. It’s a valuable resource for information, activism, and how you can get involved. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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24 апреля, 21:08

Ivanka Trump's Brand Was Purposely Mislabeled Under Another Name At Stein Mart

Another day, another questionable development involving Ivanka Trump’s clothing line. Or, in this case, lack thereof.  Business of Fashion reported Monday that discount retailer Stein Mart has been selling Trump’s merchandise in stores labeled under another designer’s name ― Adrienne Vittadini Studio. The move undoubtedly raises eyebrows about the motives of G-III, Trump’s licensing company. Brands like Ivanka Trump oftentimes don’t like to be associated with lower-tier retailers like Stein Mart, so both BoF and The Cut questioned whether the move was made to disassociate Trump’s name from the retailer. But Trump’s designs sell at other off-price stores like T.J. Maxx, so that doesn’t totally add up. Trump’s brand saw an increase in sales in 2016 and a huge spike following the controversial “free commercial” Kellyanne Conway gave the brand on television in February 2017, when she encouraged Americans to buy Ivanka Trump’s brand. But another theory could be that unlike higher-end stores like Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus, which dropped the brand altogether, the move was a way for Stein Mart to distance itself from the brand without having to actually distance itself from its clothing. In a statement sent to The Huffington Post, G-III revealed that it worked on its own accord to change the labels ― a move that is weird, but technically legal, and, according to BoF, “commonplace”” for some brands.  “G-IIII accepts responsibility for resolving this issue, which occurred without the knowledge or consent of the Ivanka Trump organization,” the statement said. “G-III has already begun to take corrective actions, including facilitating the immediate removal of any mistakenly labeled merchandise from its customer. The Ivanka Trump brand continues to grow and remains very strong.” A request for comment from both Authentic Brands Group (which licenses Adrienne Vittadini) and Stein Mart were not immediately returned. But as Susan Scafidi, professor of fashion law at Fordham Law School and founder of the Fashion Law Institute, pointed out to BoF,  if Adrienne Vittadini was not aware of the label swapping, there could be a bigger issue at hand. “If the original label is replaced with that of a third party unaware of the substitution, the responsible party would be liable to the third party,” she said.  It might be time to check the labels on your most recent Stein Mart purchases, people.  type=type=RelatedArticlesblockTitle=Related... + articlesList=58f61892e4b0b9e9848e6e87,58d1410ee4b0be71dcf82387,58ecdfdfe4b0df7e20456221 -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

20 апреля, 15:25

Trust Your Employees, Not Your Rule Book

Here’s the good news: The big airlines are revising their rules for booking and boarding flights — rules that led to one of the great business fiascos in recent history, United Express Flight 3411. Here’s the bad news: If the long-term lesson that leaders of the airline business (or any other business) take away from this episode is that it’s time to rewrite policies and practices, to fine-tune bureaucratic procedures, then they will have missed a huge, perhaps even historic, learning opportunity. The truly important lesson is one that applies to companies in all sorts of fields. It has to do with the grave shortcomings of an approach to business, culture, and customer service that relies on rules and procedures at the expense of letting flesh-and-blood human beings solve problems and make sound decisions. It’s time for leaders to toss out their rule books and trust their people. The Wall Street Journal published an in-depth analysis of the “recipe for the disastrous decision” that triggered a front-page crisis at Chicago O’Hare International Airport. Its conclusion? The problem wasn’t with United’s employees, but with a “rules-based culture” in which 85,000 people are “reluctant to make choices” that are not in the “tomes of rule books” and “giant manuals” that govern life at the airline. In other words, employees at every level did what they were supposed to do — they followed the rules — yet the result was a total failure. When I read the Journal analysis, I couldn’t help but think about another famous service organization, the retail giant Nordstrom, and the long-standing handbook that defines life at this 72,500-person company. The entirety of the Nordstrom Employee Handbook fits on a single 5×8 card and involves exactly one rule. Here is Rule #1: “Use best judgment in all situations. There will be no additional rules.” No wonder Nordstrom’s image and brand is built on heroic stories of above-and-beyond service and problem solving. Sometimes those stories even involve the airlines. In one case, an employee discovered that a customer had left her luggage (along with her flight itinerary) in the parking lot of a Nordstrom store in Connecticut. So he hopped in his car, drove her luggage to JFK, and reached her before the flight left. There’s no rule that can foresee that kind of problem or response! Truth be told, life inside most giant organizations is much closer to the rules-obsessed culture of the big airline than the common-sense freedoms of a high-end retailer. Have you ever tried to explain your special family circumstances to a health insurance provider? Or hoped for satisfaction during a painfully robotic conversation with a cellphone company or internet service provider? Or asked for a common-sense exception to established policies and procedures from a financial services conglomerate? Good luck with that! As leaders, we’ve become so obsessed with efficiency, productivity, and consistency that we’ve designed cultures that can’t handle the exceptions to the rules that real life invariably demands. And yet it’s how we handle these exceptions, for good or for ill, that increasingly defines how we’re perceived by our customers, especially in a world where social media captures and amplifies everyone’s behavior. Mark White, a business theorist who studies what he calls “adaptive organizations,” makes an intriguing distinction between companies that are based on Roman law principles of governance and decision making and those based on common-law principles. In Roman law, White explains, anything that is not expressly permitted is forbidden. So Roman law companies rely on formal policies and bureaucratic procedures, on predetermined rules and established practices. In common law, anything that is not expressly forbidden is permitted. So common law organizations rely on fast action, nimble reactions, good judgment, and common sense. Not surprisingly, when it comes to service, empathy, and the capacity to do the right things in difficult situations, common-law organizations trump Roman law organizations, even though the biggest, most-established companies remain stuck in the Roman law mindset. One of my favorite financial services companies is a young, fast-growing bank in the UK called Metro Bank. Metro is the ultimate challenger brand, the first new major retail bank chartered in the UK since 1835. One big reason why it’s growing so fast and generating such buzz is that it has built a culture around nimble, creative, common-sense approaches to solving customer problems — a huge difference from the bureaucratic, rules-based cultures of the UK’s Big Five established banks. One of the few formal rules at Metro is known as “one to say yes, two to say no.” Translation: If a customer has a special request or a difficult problem, every frontline employee is authorized to solve the problem (to say “yes”) on the spot, without permission from above. If, however, a frontline employee thinks the situation should not be resolved to the customer’s satisfaction (if the answer is “no”), then that employee must receive permission from above to reject the request. Imagine if that rule had been in force at Chicago O’Hare last week. So as you reflect on leadership and culture after United 3411, don’t just look for opportunities to fine-tune your procedures and update your employee manuals. Give your people the chance to think for themselves, to do what makes sense, to break the rules when they confront situations where the existing rules make no sense. Rome may not have been built in a day, but the days of Roman law organizations feel like they’re numbered.

19 апреля, 20:04

Bartosiak: Trading Skechers' (SKX) Earnings with Options

David Bartosiak give us his thoughts on Skechers (SKX) before they report earnings with some ideas on how to play the Options Market.

19 апреля, 12:29

10 Spring Accessories Every Woman Should Get ASAP

You might be surprised at some of our top accessory picks for spring, but we guarantee you'll want to wear them nonstop in the coming months.

19 апреля, 05:44

11 Beauty Products Your Favorite Actresses Swear By

From drugstore moisturizers to low-end foundations, you won't believe how affordable and accessible many of these A-list staples are.

18 апреля, 19:58

This Graph Shows Just How Much Kellyanne Conway's 'Free Commercial' Helped Boost Ivanka Trump's Sales

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); Few stories about Ivanka Trump’s brand have been quite as controversial as the “free commercial” presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway gave the first daughter’s company on national television on February 9.  Conway’s endorsement, which she offered in response to Nordstrom dropping the label from stores, renewed conflict of interest concerns over Trump family holdings and earned Conway a discipline recommendation from the Office of Government Ethics for using her White House position to sell products. A graph included in a new Associated Press report about Ivanka Trump’s conflicts of interest regarding China shows that concern was warranted ― by thousands and thousands of percentage points. The AP compared U.S. sales of Ivanka Trump merchandise at the online marketplace Lyst in February 2017 with the same month the previous year. Lyst had already reported an uptick of 346 percent in sales of Trump’s brand between January and February 2017 alone, bumping Trump from its 550th most popular brand to its 11th most popular brand in one month. But one day in particular saw a staggering 10,700 percent increase over the previous year: February 9, the day of Conway’s infamous appearance on Fox News. “Go buy Ivanka’s stuff! I hate shopping, and I will go get some myself today,” Conway said after calling Ivanka “a champion for women empowerment.” “It is just a wonderful line. I own some of it,” she added. “I fully, I’m going to give a free commercial here. Go buy it today, everybody. You can find it online.” There was a clear trend in larger support and new support from red states. a Lyst spokeswoman While the brand’s sales increased in general year-over-year, “there was a clear trend in larger support and new support from red states,” said a spokeswoman for Lyst. The brand saw an 802 percent increase in February in Kentucky and a 1,173 percent increase in Texas. There was also a 598 percent increase in Florida, which is not technically a red state but did go for Donald Trump in the 2016 election.  There was only a slight increase in sales in blue states, and Washington, D.C. even saw a 10 percent decrease in gross merchandise volume, according to Lyst. Ivanka Trump saw February sales on Lyst from 15 states where there were previously no sales at all, including Arkansas, Iowa, Mississippi and North Carolina.  The November section of the graph shows that sales of Trump’s brand also went up on the day of the election, but “only” by 600 percent. That feels like child’s play compared to the huge spike that followed Conway’s remarks ― remarks over which the White House declined to discipline Conway despite the OGE’s recommendation. Although Lyst is one of many retailers at which U.S. consumers can purchase Ivanka Trump products, the data above includes millions of registered users. And the trend seems to hold overall: Market research data and the Ivanka Trump company itself confirmed sales surged in February.  “In some of the categories it was the [brand’s] best performance ever,” company president Abigail Klem said last month.  Clearly, Conway got the result she was hoping for. And with Trump becoming an official White House employee but still profiting from her business, the concerns about conflicts of interest related to her brand are only getting worse.  type=type=RelatedArticlesblockTitle=Related... + articlesList=589b4c41e4b09bd304bf2c7b,58a1c571e4b03df370d85ff5,589c6e1fe4b09bd304c0311b -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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18 апреля, 18:51

Credit-Freeing Currency: How Nordstrom Rewards Is Benefitting From Ditching The Card

Nordstrom in mid-2016 changed its rewards program so members could earn points regardless of how they pay. The results are now in: 3.7 million new memberships. How freedom to pay can contribute to growth and engagement, and be an opportunity to promote the value of branded credit cards.

18 апреля, 17:44

Ivanka Trump Reportedly Won China Trademarks The Day She Dined With Xi Jinping

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); Ivanka Trump, leader of a retail brand bearing her own name and adviser to her father, President Donald Trump, won provisional approval of three trademarks from China on the same day she dined with Chinese President Xi Jinping and his wife, The Associated Press reported on Tuesday. The president hosted Xi and his wife at his Mar-a-Lago estate in early April. Ivanka Trump and her husband, Trump adviser Jared Kushner, were present throughout the weekend and sat next to the couple at dinner. Ivanka Trump has distanced herself from her retail brand since her father won the presidential election in November 2016, but sales of her products have continued to surge. The brand, which she still owns, saw a spike in sales in the weeks after her father’s inauguration and after White House counselor Kellyanne Conway urged consumers to “go buy Ivanka’s stuff.” When Nordstrom announced it would no longer carry Ivanka Trump’s line, the president posted a negative tweet about the company, showing no apparent interest in separating himself from his family’s businesses while serving in the White House. Trump and his children have been criticized for conflicts of interest since his election. The president has brushed off that criticism, arguing that he can’t have a conflict of interest. “The law’s totally on my side, the president can’t have a conflict of interest,” Trump said in November 2016. According to the AP, Ivanka Trump Marks LLC applied for at least nine new trademarks in the Philippines, Puerto Rico, Canada and the U.S. after the election. Read more at the AP. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

18 апреля, 17:44

Ivanka Trump Reportedly Won China Trademarks The Day She Dined With Xi Jinping

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); Ivanka Trump, leader of a retail brand bearing her own name and adviser to her father, President Donald Trump, won provisional approval of three trademarks from China on the same day she dined with Chinese President Xi Jinping and his wife, The Associated Press reported on Tuesday. The president hosted Xi and his wife at his Mar-a-Lago estate in early April. Ivanka Trump and her husband, Trump adviser Jared Kushner, were present throughout the weekend and sat next to the couple at dinner. Ivanka Trump has distanced herself from her retail brand since her father won the presidential election in November 2016, but sales of her products have continued to surge. The brand, which she still owns, saw a spike in sales in the weeks after her father’s inauguration and after White House counselor Kellyanne Conway urged consumers to “go buy Ivanka’s stuff.” When Nordstrom announced it would no longer carry Ivanka Trump’s line, the president posted a negative tweet about the company, showing no apparent interest in separating himself from his family’s businesses while serving in the White House. Trump and his children have been criticized for conflicts of interest since his election. The president has brushed off that criticism, arguing that he can’t have a conflict of interest. “The law’s totally on my side, the president can’t have a conflict of interest,” Trump said in November 2016. According to the AP, Ivanka Trump Marks LLC applied for at least nine new trademarks in the Philippines, Puerto Rico, Canada and the U.S. after the election. Ivanka Trump’s attorney said in a statement she “has had no involvement with trademark applications submitted by the business.” Read more at the AP. This story has been updated with a statement from Ivanka Trump’s attorney. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

18 апреля, 14:43

Regency Announces New Ground-Up Development Mellody Farm

Regency Centers Corporation (REG) announced a new mixed-use ground-up development- Mellody Farm-in Vernon Hills, IL.

18 апреля, 13:17

Avoid The Worst Products Ever With These Insider Strategies. (Trust Me, You'll Want To)

If you ask me, the shoddiest products on earth are toys. I don’t mean that in a derogatory sense ― as in, they advertised a computer, but instead they sold me a toy. I mean a literal toy. I’ve never had any luck with playthings. My three kids have broken so many of them, often within minutes of receiving them, I’ve lost count. And I’ll never forget the model train set I received as a Christmas gift many years ago as a child. It never worked and if I remember correctly, my father never received a refund. You probably have your own toy story, too. I’ll get to those in a second. American businesses have a new license to inflict these horrible products on us, and you know why. A pro-business administration has assumed power in Washington, promising to eliminate the regulations that kept businesses honest. As the rules slowly come undone, it’s fair to assume these poor products will flood the market, and eventually reach your doorstep: Craftsman portable table saws, sold at Sears, were recalled after several owners reported the stand can collapse unexpectedly, posing laceration and impact injury hazards to the operator. Sears received reports of the table saw collapsing, including nine reports of injuries to fingers and hands, including broken bones, lacerations, a shoulder strain, and a partial fingernail amputation. RDG Global, an apparel manufacturer carried by Nordstrom’s, recently removed its line of girls’ hooded sweatshirts from its shelves. Why? Seems the drawstrings can become entangled or caught on playground slides, hand rails, school bus doors or other moving objects, “posing a significant strangulation or an entanglement hazard to children,” according to the company. Perhaps the most embarrassing shoddy product in recent memory was Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 recall. Remember that? That one had all the drama you could want from a bad product, and then some. We’re talking exploding phones, a tepid corporate response, consumer outrage ― and oh yeah, a $7 billion price tag. You don’t have to be a victim of these horrible products, even as they become more common. Know how to find the underperformers, how to spot a substandard product and what to do if you’re stuck with one. Find the bad products ― and the bad companies The Consumer Product Safety Commission site is a great resource for the careful shopper. Its product recall list is a must-read, especially if you’re buying something secondhand. If it shows up here, don’t buy it, obviously. But also, you get a pretty good idea of which companies to avoid. Some companies are frequent offenders. Not to pick on Sears, but a search by name reveals it recalls quite a few products. Give it the sniff test. (Sometimes literally.) Spotting a product that doesn’t meet standards is actually pretty easy. Sometimes all you have to do is glance at it to know that it won’t hold up. Or smell it. That’s what Tyler Dishman, who manages an online supply business in Greenwood, Ind., did when he received a shipment from China: He inhaled. Something smelled funny. “Upon further inspection, we discovered that every filter in the batch was covered in some sort of black mold,” he recalls. “Worst. Product. Ever.” Also, an important lesson. Kick the tires before you drive away. What to do if you’re stuck If you’re the proud owner of a recalled product, follow the instructions for returning or repairing it. But there’s a whole other category of bad products ― unrecalled, but probably shoulda been recalled ― out there in consumerland. What about them? If something really doesn’t live up to its billing, you should make every effort to return it. The executive contacts section on my consumer advocacy site can be a highly effective tool for persuading companies to take their awful products back. There’s one final strategy when you’re on the receiving end of a shoddy product. You can do what Veronica Wittmann did when the gift card she purchased was unceremoniously removed from her account: She filed a dispute with her credit card company. And she won. If you can convince your credit card company that the product wasn’t “as advertised” you can get a full refund. The Fair Credit Billing Act allows you to dispute charges for goods and services you didn’t accept or that weren’t delivered as agreed. Put differently, corporate America might try to rain substandard products on you, but you’re protected. And if none of these strategies does the trick, don’t play around. You know how to reach me. After you’ve left a comment here, let’s continue the discussion on my consumer advocacy site or on Twitter, Facebook and Google. I also have a newsletter and you’ll definitely want to order my new, amazingly helpful and subversive book called How to Be the World’s Smartest Traveler (and Save Time, Money, and Hassle). -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

18 апреля, 01:46

Wal-Mart (WMT) to Buy Online Men's Fashion Retailer Bonobos

Retail giant Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (WMT) is reportedly in talks to invest in Bonobos, one of the hottest men's clothing brands in the US, according to Recode.

18 апреля, 01:40

What to Expect from Philip Morris (PM) This Earnings Season?

Philip Morris (PM) is all set to report its first-quarter 2017 results on Apr 20, 2017, before the market opens.

17 апреля, 19:52

Walmart Boosts Its Fashion Game with Possible Bonobos Acquisition

America's largest retailer is seriously upping its fashion game. Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (WMT) is reportedly in advanced talks to acquire popular men's fashion retailer Bonobos, an up and coming brand based out of New York City.

17 апреля, 16:50

Factors That Set the Tone for Skechers (SKX) Q1 Earnings

Our proven model shows that Skechers (SKX) is likely to beat earnings estimates this quarter.