September 10, 2018
Ratcheting up the stakes in his trade war with China, President Trump now says that in addition to the $50 billion in products already subject to new levies and the $200 billion that could be implemented any time, he is willing to propose tariffs on the next $267 billion worth of Chinese imports.
Largely quieting any fears of a massive consumer backlash caused by its Colin Kaepernick commercial, Edison Trends said the Eager Beavertons’ sales after Labor Day grew 31% from Sunday through Tuesday over Labor Day, accelerating from the 17% gain of last year.
A letter from Eoin Comerford argues that the outdoor industry’s words about striving to be more diverse and inclusive would carry more weight if it were more open-minded in its response to Moosejaw’s online store hosted on Walmart.com.
The early renewal of The Big a’s long running German national soccer team kit sponsorship puts a solid financial foundation under the country’s bid to host the Euro 2024 championship.
California resident Christian Duke is suing Adidas for failing to prevent the theft of customers’ “highly personal and private information” in the hacking incident the company revealed on Jun. 28.
Fear of the tariff “wild card” combined with solid consumer demand from tax cuts and job creation is pushing retailers to bring Holiday inventory in as soon as possible, according to the NRF’s Global Port Tracker.
August sales at Yue Yuen increased 5.0% to $799,511,000, up from $761,250,000, and Pou Sheng retail sales were 11.1% higher at $251,098,000 vs. $226,044,000.