With an aggressive new growth strategy, NFLPI is looking to score big in brand licensing as it looks beyond traditional products to drive retail sales.
Office supply chain Staples announced plans to close 140 more stores in North America following a two percent decrease in the company's Q2 sales from 2013.
Plus-size retailer Lane Bryant is teaming up with American ready-to-wear designer Lela Rose for a limited edition apparel line.
In honor of back-to-school season, Warner Bros. Consumer Products has launched an educational program featuring Scooby-Doo.
Pop culture apparel company Ripple Junction will create the first clothing line for Adult Swim’s animated series “Rick and Morty.”
The iStoryTime digital book library, powered by Cupcake Digital, will now include titles from Nickelodeon.
PNY Technologies has partnered with the LEGO Group for a range of LEGO-branded USB flash drives.
The Topps Company has released "Topps Kicks 15," a real-world, real-time football trading card app for Barclays Premier League, Bundesliga and Major League Soccer.
Some families have only scratched the surface of their back-to-school shopping lists as of mid-August, according to the National Retail Federation.
Boston-based public broadcaster and producer WGBH has optioned the rights to “Pinkalicious,” the New York Times best-selling children’s book series.
Bioworld Merchandising is unveiling a new range of apparel for beer brands Corona Extra and Modelo Especial this week at MAGIC Market Week in Las Vegas, Nev.
As HBO readies for its fourth season of “Game of Thrones,” the network has teamed up for the companion book Inside HBO's Game of Thrones: Seasons 3 & 4.
Japanese food and beverage company Suntory has bought Beam, owners of the Jim Beam and Maker’s Mark brands.
Specialty food gifting company Hickory Farms has appointed the Atlanta-based Brand Licensing Team to launch a licensing program.
Brick Lane Bikes has appointed London-based consultancy firm Foundry Brand Consultants to gear up its licensing program.
AMC has inked two deals Tai Heng in Peru and Torre in Chile for a collection of notebooks based on the TV series “The Walking Dead.”
Following a 1 percent decline in the U.K. toy sector in 2013, this year will see a turnaround and even moderate growth.
Entertainment One’s lifestyle brand So So Happy has been included in Trigger Happy’s “Toon Hero” iPad app.
Glassware company Riedel has released a new drinking glass special designed to provide the “optimal Coca-Cola taste experience.”
Traditional toys will always have a place in the toy aisle, but increasingly digital products and properties are driving trends in children’s play.
NATPE and the CEA presented the findings of the second part of their research study on second-screen usage among TV audiences at NATPE Monday.
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