U.S. consumers plan to spend more this holiday season, but will seek out better deals.
Discovery Enterprises International has unveiled an exclusive e-commerce platform for its TV channel DMAX in Germany.
The Fred Rogers Company, Out of the Blue Enterprises and PBS Kids have fast-tracked plans for a toy range based on the series “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.”
Gap and Copyrights Group are planning a new Paddington Bear babyGap gift and clothing collection.
One of the most important strategies–and perhaps ubiquitous challenges–in brand licensing today is how to establish and sustain a brand franchise.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products EMEA has named LIDL as its European retail partner for Man of Steel.
H&M has announced its latest collaboration with Parisian designer Isabel Marant for a capsule collection this fall.
Target has launched a new line of organic food called Simply Balanced under its Bullseye brand.
Walmart Canada and Procter & Gamble have launched a series of mobile stores at 50 bus in Toronto.
Teen retailer dELiA*s has sold its brand Alloy to HRSH Acquisitions for $3.7 million dollars.
WWE and Kmart today have teamed up for exclusive children’s apparel line from John Cena.
Babies ‘R’ Us has introduced Sadie & Scout, a new collection of bedding and room décor for infants.
Macy’s is continuing to grow its presence in the activewear market in an effort to enhance its appeal with Millennial consumers.
Toys ‘R’ Us has unwrapped its 2013 holiday marketing plans, including a new TV campaign that features a real-life prank.
Disney and Forever 21 have launched a new collection of limited-edition women’s apparel inspired by retro Mickey & Co. designs.
Blokker stores across Benelux are promoting Rainbow’s girls’ property Winx Club with a coloring contest that will run through the end of January.
Design house Santoro has opened its first pop-up boutique in the iconic London department store Harrods.
MTV U.K. has launched an online shopping site for the reality series "Geordie Shore."
Current J.C. Penney cheif executive officer Ron Johnson has been replaced by Myron E. Ullman, who previously served as CEO of the company from 2004 to 2011.
On Sunday, J.C. Penney launched a new section in its jewelry department, dubbed The Bijoux Bar.
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