Amazon topped the list of Engagement Labs' TotalSocial ranking for its online brand sharing performance and offline reputation. Nike, Nordstrom, Victoria's Secret, Adidas and Under Armour also topped the list.
The Minnesota-based outdoor retailer is selling all of its merchandise at its 160 retail locations in the US. Marcus Lemonis, star of CNBC's The Profit, said on Sunday evening that he plans to keep 70 stores open.
Hong Kong’s Global Brands Group is to manage Juicy Couture in Europe and will kick off its new remit with a major push in the UK. Juicy is also targeting menswear growth with a capsule collection called Dirty English.
Despite all the reports to the contrary, Dick's Sporting Goods is still investing in brick and mortar retail, announcing 3 new stores opening this month. The retailer is also expanding its private label lines.
The sportswear maker posted a smaller-than-expected quarterly loss as operating income from its Asia Pacific business rose 13.2 percent, making the region the company's biggest profit generator in the latest quarter.
In an oversight of retail planning, Under Armour's Kohl's deal is effectively causing product to be sold cheaper at Kohl's compared to other retailers, and is also not helping to improve UA's image as a lifestyle brand.
German sportswear firm Puma has seen such strong demand for products promoted by celebrities like model Cara Delevingne and Canadian rapper The Weeknd that its supply chain is racing to keep up, its CEO said on Tuesday.