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On this week's episode of Shopping for Stocks, host and Zacks Editor Maddy Johnson revisits American fashion icon Coach Inc. (COH), and its recent decision to change its corporate name.
The iconic handbag maker is making corporate branding changes to reflect its evolving business. Has the investing story changed?
Interesting news today from Delta, Micron, and Wal-Mart, but it’s Coach's move that has the Fools a bit confused.
Coach Inc. is becoming Tapestry Inc., in an effort to reflect the multiple brands, including Kate Spade, now under its umbrella.
NEW YORK (AP) — To better incorporate all of the brands it now owns, the storied Coach company of New York is changing its name to Tapestry.
By Siddharth Cavale (Reuters) - Iconic luxury handbag maker Coach Inc risked Wall Street and social media ire on Wednesday by announcing a change of its corporate name to Tapestry Inc, as it evolves into ...
Iconic luxury handbag maker Coach Inc risked Wall Street and social media ire on Wednesday by announcing a change of its corporate name to Tapestry Inc, as it evolves into a multi-brand upscale retailer. ...
Accessories and lifestyle company Coach Inc. said Wednesday that it's changing its name to Tapestry Inc. and its ticker to "TPR," effective October 31. The move comes three years after the company ...
Coach Inc., the iconic New York purveyor of leather goods, is changing its corporate name to Tapestry Inc., a bid to broaden its image after acquiring the Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman brands.
Coach (COH) has undertaken transformational initiatives revolving around products, stores and marketing to pull itself back on growth trajectory.
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Kate Spade and Coach expect to save about $50 million by joining forces, and position themselves to succeed in a changing and difficult retail environment
British luxury brand Burberry reported a better-than-expected 3 percent rise in comparable retail sales in its third quarter, helped by an "exceptional" performance in the UK where trading was ...
British luxury fashion brand Burberry has rejected multiple takeover offers from U.S. handbag maker Coach Inc, the Financial Times reported on Sunday. The market value of the combined company would have ...
Britain's Burberry and America's Coach are not in active merger talks, sources familiar with the matter said on Friday, in reaction to a report that suggested the two fashion companies were mulling ...