18 February 2014
More than 140 companies have now signed the new Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh following the collapse of the Rana Plaza factory building in April, which killed more than 1,100 people.
4 February 2014
Fashion retail business IC Companys is forecasting higher earnings across all business segments after posting a 6% rise in first half operating profit.
18 December 2013
PVH Corp, owner of the Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger brands, has joined a number of apparel firms in banning the use of angora in all of its products after an investigation by animal rights group PETA exposed "shocking" conditions in the industry.
16 December 2013
Asos, Marks & Spencer (M&S) and Next have become the latest retailers to halt production of angora products after an investigation by animal rights group PETA exposed "shocking" conditions in the industry.
11 December 2013
Topshop has become the latest retailer to ban the use of angora in its products after an investigation by animal rights group PETA exposed "shocking" conditions in the industry.
2 December 2013
Hong Kong-based fashion business Esprit has become the latest company to ban the use of angora in all of its products after an investigation by animal rights group PETA exposed "shocking" conditions in the industry.
28 November 2013
Fashion retailer H&M has joined IC Companys, owner of the Tiger of Sweden, By Malene Birger and Peak Performance brands, in banning the use of angora in all of its products after an investigation by animal rights group PETA exposed "shocking" conditions in the industry.
27 November 2013
Fashion group IC Companys is to ban the use of angora in all of its products after an investigation by animal rights group PETA exposed "shocking" conditions in the industry.
18 November 2013
Fashion retail group IC Companys has reported a slight decline in first-quarter profit, weighed down by lower margins and flat revenues.
3 October 2013
Fashion retail group IC Companys has reorganised its executive board as it continues to focus on growing its premium brands.
1 October 2013
Having an efficient and fast-reacting supply chain should be a must for any fashion brand or retailer - but "market disruption" caused by the internet and globalisation is making it more vital than ever before.
27 August 2013
Fashion retail group IC Companys is targeting improved earnings in the year ahead after reporting flat adjusted operating profit for the past 12 months.
31 July 2013
Danish fashion firm IC Companys has appointed Mads Ryder as its new CEO, replacing Niels Mikkelsen who is leaving the group after five years in the post.
29 May 2013
Danish fashion firm IC Companys has entered an agreement to sell its Jackpot and Cottonfield brands to COOP as it looks to simplify its business model.
22 February 2013
Danish fashion firm IC Companys is to sell off its Jackpot and Cottonfield brands and restructure its business into three divisions after reporting a decline in first-half sales.
21 February 2013
Danish clothing firm IC Companys has joined the Sustainable Apparel Coalition (SAC), which works to reduce the environmental and social impacts of global apparel and footwear production.
13 February 2013
European Commission vice president Antonio Tajani is set to meet with European fashion companies to discuss measures to reinforce the growth and competitiveness of the European fashion industry.
16 May 2012
Clothing business IC Companys suffered expected revenue and earnings declines in the third quarter, and warned that “volatile” market conditions were poised to continue in the fourth quarter.
7 February 2012
Managers at clothing business IC Companys have repeated their fears that the company could suffer a second half loss of DKK10m (US$1.8m) or more if economic conditions deteriorate in the coming months.
19 January 2012
Clothing business IC Companys issued a profit warning after announcing worse than expected first half results, including a 45% drop in operating profit and flat revenues.
12 August 2011
Danish clothing firm IC Companys A/S is moving its textile testing to the countries where its production is carried out as one of a number of steps to guarantee the safety of its garments after some were found to contain high levels of chemical residues.
25 July 2011
Danish clothing firm IC Companys A/S has admitted that garments sold under its Cottonfield, InWear and Part Two brands contained excessive "chemical residues" and that it failed to inform authorities and customers.
13 May 2011
Danish clothing manufacturer IC Companys A/S has reported a 26% jump in third quarter profit, helped by growth in both its retail and wholesale businesses.
18 November 2010
Danish fashion group IC Companys, which owns labels such as Peak Performance, Matinique, Part Two, By Malene Birger and InWear, is reorganising its business to give each of its brands more responsibility.
25 October 2010
Danish fashion group IC Companys has acquired the remaining half of international brand By Malene Birger for an undisclosed amount.
19 November 2008
Danish fashion group IC Companys A/S, which owns brands such as Peak Performance, Matinique, Part Two, By Malene Birger and InWear, has posted a 13.2% drop in first quarter profit and lowered its outlook for the year.
1 October 2008
Danish fashion group IC Companys A/S today (1 October) named Peter Fabrin, currently chief executive officer of Diesel Nordic, new its new executive sales officer.
6 October 2006
Danish fashion group IC Companys is to launch its men’s Cottonfield label in China next year after teaming up with a local distributor.
14 March 2006
Fashion firm IC Companys has signed a deal to buy Adventure Sport & Leisure (ASL), the Norwegian distributor of the Peak Performance active wear brand, for DKK25m (US$4m).
23 February 2006
Clothing maker IC Companys AS has posted a 57% increase in first-half operating earnings, rising to DKK241m (US$38.6m) from DKK153m in the same period last year.