years. Apple has also done a good job of attracting top-notch talent to the company in recent months, such as former Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts to run Apple’s retail and online stores, and Paul Deneve, the former CEO of Yves Saint Laurent
previous six-month sales trend, suggesting some stabilization of what has been a decelerating growth rate. Similar to Burberry yesterday, owned retail sales were up 14%, trending better than the 11% six-month growth of the Swiss company
Burberry provided an update on its Retail division sales today for the fiscal third ..... division, a strong holiday gift program, and the launch of new products in the Burberry Brit label. Brit also got a boost from a new men's fragrance, Brit Rhythm
the 5S and 5C, Apple has clearly made a choice to remain on the high end. They even recently hired the former CEO of Burberry to run its retail operations. They are really focusing on the premium customer. From a stock perspective, we think
estimate will not change materially for Burberry following first-half results that ..... difficulties from the new beauty division. Burberry 's online efforts lead the industry ..... heritage and long-term equity of the Burberry brand. While extending the breadth
* Burberry went digital, expanded into China under Ahrendts (Adds pay details of previous Apple retail chief, analyst comment)
Burberry Group announced fiscal 2014 first-half sales ..... role in recent years reinvigorating the Burberry brand and building it further with digital ..... significantly change with her departure. The Burberry brand--the major support for our wide
LONDON, Oct 15 (Reuters) - Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts rebuilt the brand after over-exposure of its trademark pattern alienated wealthy clientele. Her approach: to embrace digital innovation, build...
LONDON, Oct 15 (Reuters) - Britain's top share index rose on Tuesday, buoyed by signs of a deal to fix a U.S. budget stalemate, although luxury goods group Burberry slumped after losing its chief...
* Political stalemate on U.S. debt issues hit equity markets