The effects of CIT’s bankruptcy have yet to be felt, but brands already battered by the economy are preparing for the tsunami; meanwhile Uniqlo skips along happily on the upside of profitability.
Retail Round-up: Small-Business Lender CIT Finally Declares Bankruptcy; Uniqlo Profits Soar 36%
CIT Takes $3 Billion Loan but Will This Save Small-to-Mid Size Fashion and Retail Businesses?
Fashion and retail industries’ fall on more bad news as their greatest bank loan factor staves off bankruptcy%u2026for now.
Leroy Jenkin’s Continues to Push Trends in New Directions for Progressive Street Fashion with a Mix-up of Woven Shirts, Collegiate-Inspired Jackets, Fitted Caps in Florals Resulting in a Unique Sports Art-Inspired Collection
Ron Upperman from Leroy Jenkins is an inspirational person in progressive street fashion because he comes from a unique crossover background of educational training in animation and fine arts, as well as sports. As an athlete playing baseball all the way through college, not to mention playing basketball and football, his influences, along with his partner, have resulted in making their fashion brand Leroy Jenkins, a stand-out when it comes to overall results.
China Leads Trends in Producing Super Cool-Looking Credit Cards with Mini-Me Versions, Scented, Hello Kitty, Pepsi Graphics to Entice Young Shoppers
In the U.S., choosing the graphics for one’s credit card is about as boring as choosing the graphics for our checks or post office stamps. There really aren’t that many options to choose from, and perhaps because of that, we don’t always care just as long as the card as a low APR rate.