Brand Licensing Europe 2014 expects to top last year’s record-breaking attendance with even more features and new brands on the floor.
Kraft Foods Group has announced a multi-year deal with Keurig Green Mountain to bring its branded coffees to Keurig brewing systems in the U.S.
Converse has unveiled the new fall Wiz Khalifa sneaker collection, the rapper's second line with the footwear brand.
Plush toy manufacturer Gund has launched its first-ever line of home textiles.
Cartoon Network Enterprises has teamed with Bandai Namco Games Europe and Little Orbit for the third installment in the "Adventure Time" video game franchise.
For the first-time ever, Transformers character Optimus Prime visited Northern Ireland last weekend to take part in the Belfast Ultimate Strongman Giant Weekend.
Mask-arade has released a set of One Direction desktop standees under license from Global Merchandising Services.
DC Thomson's weekly women’s magazine The People’s Friend is partnering with the group of charities that form the Age U.K. network.
Big Tent Entertainment has teamed up with NFL Players Inc. to bring together Domo and National Football League players on a series of co-branded products.
Authentic Brands Group is expanding the Taryn Rose footwear brand into hosiery and has added two new shoe collections to the line.
Apparel was front-of-mind this week as the semi-annual MAGIC Market Week trade show took place in Las Vegas, Nev.
Playing card company Caramundi is bringing its new Shuffle card game range to France.
Rick Van Brimmer of Ohio State University has been elected to succeed Sesame Workshop’s Maura Regan as chairman of the board of LIMA.
Canadian publishing group Editions AdA has secured the French-language rights to the first two novels in Robert Ricci Young Adult fantasy series The Red Harlequin.
MarVista Entertainment is expanding its distribution capabilities to sell its original and acquired content to digital platforms throughout North America.
Disney XD has launched the “Disney XD Grand Prix,” a racing game app for smartphones and tablets.
Mind Candy founder Michael Acton Smith is stepping down as chief executive officer of the company to take on a more creative role.
Hearst Brand Development has launched Seventeen magazine's first-ever apparel and accessories collection exclusively at Sears.
Lionsgate and online commerce company Alibaba Group have joined forces to launch a subscription TV and movie streaming service for mainland China.
Forsythe Cosmetic Group and its subsidiary Forsythe Licensing are planning a line of collegiate nail polish and nail art with Miss Fanatic.
E-commerce site Swimsuitsforall.com has announced a three-year swimwear licensing deal with plus-size style blogger GabiFresh.
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