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  • / Technology

    The Fortunoff family takes back its brand

    The descendants of Max and Clara Fortunoff, who opened a department store chain bearing the family’s name in 1922, have acquired all intellectual property related to the brand, including Fortunoff.com, related trademarks, customer lists and software.

    Posted 07/23/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    The descendants of Max and Clara Fortunoff, who opened a department store chain bearing the family’s name in 1922, have acquired all intellectual property related to the brand, including Fortunoff.com, related trademarks, customer lists and software.
  • / Technology

    Consor to handle Fortunoff’s intellectual property sale

    Consor Intellectual Asset Management will manage the marketing and sale of multichannel home furnishings and jewelry retailer Fortunoff’s intellectual property. Assets include the company’s web site and Internet domain names.

    Posted 05/06/2009Bill BriggsPost a comment

    Consor Intellectual Asset Management will manage the marketing and sale of multichannel home furnishings and jewelry retailer Fortunoff’s intellectual property. Assets include the company’s web site and Internet domain names.
  • / E-Retailers

    Fortunoff enters liquidation

    Multichannel home furnishings and jewelry retailer Fortunoff has entered liquidation following an asset sale to a group of seven liquidators. The e-commerce site, Fortunoff.com, carries only a message to “check back later.”

    Posted 03/02/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    Multichannel home furnishings and jewelry retailer Fortunoff has entered liquidation following an asset sale to a group of seven liquidators. The e-commerce site, Fortunoff.com, carries only a message to “check back later.”
  • / E-Retailers

    Retail trade group elects three new board members

    The National Retail Federation has elected Jane Elfers, president and CEO of Lord & Taylor, Kay Krill, president and CEO of Ann Taylor Stores, and Richard Simonin, CEO of ETAM Group, to its board.

    Posted 07/09/2007Kurt PetersPost a comment

    The National Retail Federation has elected Jane Elfers, president and CEO of Lord & Taylor, Kay Krill, president and CEO of Ann Taylor Stores, and Richard Simonin, CEO of ETAM Group, to its board.
  • / Technology

    Fields.com enhances online shopping with more products and site upgrades

    To make online Christmas shopping easier, Marshall Field`s has enhanced Fields.com with rich media technology that allows customers to zoom in on product details and purchase items directly from a circular page by clicking on the available item.

    Posted 12/06/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    To make online Christmas shopping easier, Marshall Field`s has enhanced Fields.com with rich media technology that allows customers to zoom in on product details and purchase items directly from a circular page by clicking on the available item.
  • / Technology

    CD Now plans to change its rewards

    CD Now plans to discontinue its Fast Forward Rewards program in September.

    Posted 07/03/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    CD Now plans to discontinue its Fast Forward Rewards program in September.

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