US: The Children's Place still in license talks with Disney
By just-style.com | 15 March 2007
The Children's Place Retail Stores has posted a preliminary 20% rise in fourth quarter revenues and said it is still in talks with Walt Disney Co regarding potential modifications to its license agreement to operate the Disney Store retail chain in North America.
Join now for increased access
If you're already a member, login here.
More articles related to this one
US: Children's Place modifies Disney license pact
The Children's Place Retail Stores Inc has modified its license agreement with The Walt Disney Company and will now undertake two more store remodels that previously arranged.
US: Heelys adds edgy design to new apparel line
Wheeled footwear maker Heelys Inc is launching an "edgy" new back-to-school apparel line that it hopes will grab the attention of teens and tweens and reinvigorate sales.
US: Children's Place Q2 losses widen, misses Disney deadlines
The Children's Place Retail Stores Inc on Thursday (23 August) said its second quarter losses nearly doubled after the company was hit by a $1.8m charge relating to a stock option investigation, and said it had missed several deadlines to remodel and refresh numerous Disney Stores.