A collection of new celebrity chefs are taking the licensing world by storm with their dynamic personalities and unique product extensions.
Preschool network Sprout has developed its own kids' tablet that will debut exclusively at Walmart in the U.S. this October.
Haven Licensing will now represent Artestar and manage the licensing of its art, design and pop culture brands in Australia and New Zealand.
Plush toy manufacturer Gund has launched its first-ever line of home textiles.
Home furnishings e-commerce website Ballard Designs is planning its second collaboration, this time with interior designer Bunny Williams.
PNY Technologies has partnered with the LEGO Group for a range of LEGO-branded USB flash drives.
Perry Ellis International has tapped Perfect Fit Industries to develop bedding products under the Perry Ellis Portfolio and Laundry by Shelli Segal brands.
Lifestyle brand Kate Spade New York has partnered with Incipio, in a multi-territory, multi-year licensing agreement for mobile accessories.
Target Australia will launch a kitchen range by celebrity chef Curtis Stone on Sept. 25.
Bulldog Licensing, agent for the CBeebies series "Mr. Bloom’s Nursery," has teamed with charitable organization The Conservation Volunteers for a new range of Mr. Bloom product.
Fermata Partners, the exclusive licensing agency for Little League Baseball and Softball, has signed three new licensees and renewed another for the kids' brand.
Jarden Corporation has announced plans to acquire Yankee Candle Investments for $1.75 billion in cash.
Celebrity chef and restaurateur Ming Tsai has unveiled his new collection of Simply Ming kitchen tools on HSN.
Landy International and designer Debra Valencia are partnering to expand the Debra Valencia brand to include home décor collections and women’s personal accessories.
Laura Ashley has added Firefly Brand Management to its network of licensing agencies in the U.S. and Canada.
Pretty Ugly has launched a new line of plush featuring Android-versions of Uglydoll characters, inspired by Google’s operating system.
Macy’s has settled its more than two-year breach-of-contract dispute with Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, but its lawsuit against JCPenney will continue.
Sony Computer Entertainment is giving fans a first look at its new streaming game service at the Consumer Electronics Show this week.
Glassware company Riedel has released a new drinking glass special designed to provide the “optimal Coca-Cola taste experience.”
The exercise studio Physique 57, which helped to spark the barre fitness craze, is launched a line of branded clothing.
Hayat Kimya’s line of paper towels featuring Betty Boop has been such a hit in Turkey that the manufacturer will be doing a second run this year.
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