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Five Below, a pre-teen and teen value retailer, will open its 500th store in Trexlertown, Pa., Sept. 9.
Edge Brands has partnered with PTX Performance Products to distribute their products in North America.
As the National Football League prepares to kick off the 2016-17 season, Natara Holloway of the NFL shares how the organization has changed its merchandising initiatives based on its consumers’ needs.
Mattel has unveiled its holiday toy list, featuring a slate of new products for brands including Barbie, DC Super Hero Girls, Hot Wheels and more.
Sears has revealed its plans to expand its apparel offerings with the launch of Showcase at Sears, a shop-in-shop experience featuring more than 10 brands from Europe and Latin America.
Nitro Circus has partnered with Savvi, a manufacturer of printed entertainment products, to feature the sports entertainment brand and its lineup of athletes on a number of new products.
Story, a New York-based concept store, has launched its “Remember When” showcase of ‘90s Nickelodeon merchandise on NeimanMarcus.com.
Boat Rocker Media’s latest acquisition Jam Filled Entertainment has purchased the principal assets of the recently closed Arc Productions.
The Wholls have partnered with broadcaster ESPN to allow their single “Roll-Out” to be broadcast during “Monday Night Football.”
4K Media has announced the English voice cast for the upcoming film Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions.
Boutique apparel company Stance has launched the first seasonal sock collection created in partnership with pop star Rihanna.
MGA Entertainment has created an app for its newly re-launched doll brand Bratz.
Star basketball player Stephen Curry has extended his current partnership with Under Armour through 2024.
Moschino has launched its new Looney Tunes collection at retail, after first showcasing the collaboration at Milan Fashion Week in February.
MGA Entertainment has signed two new deals for Bratz that will bring the newly re-launched doll brand to the beauty and crafting categories.
Loudmouth is offering a limited quantity of licensed Major League Baseball pants and shorts.
The Jim Henson Company has signed a number of media deals around the globe for titles from its classics library including "Fraggle Rock" and "Farscape."
Apparel brand Jockey International is entering the bedding market in a new licensing agreement with the Pacific Coast Feather Company.
This holiday season, National Geographic is offering an eclectic assortment of gifts that reflect the power of science, exploration and storytelling.
Terry Pillow will retire as CEO of the Tommy Bahama Group on Jan. 30 and he will be succeeded by Douglas Wood, current president and COO.
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