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Factory Incidents Injure Workers In India, Bangladesh

More than 80 people were injured in separate incidents at garment industry factories in India and Bangladesh over the course of several days recently.

Angst High Among Workers In Bangladesh After Last Year's Tragedy »

Iowa Supreme Court Ruling Impacts License Plate Frames

The Iowa Supreme Court ruled last week that drivers whose cars display license plate frames can be stopped if they obscure the small print below the plate numbers.

Could Affect How Promotional License Plates Are Perceived »

Haiti Raises Minimum Wage For Garment Workers

Haiti has raised the minimum wage by 12.5% for the country’s approximately 29,000 apparel workers, the Associated Press reports.

Workers Will Earn About $5.11 Per 8-Hour Workday »

InnerWorkings Announces Q1 Financials

Top 40 distributor InnerWorkings announced yesterday that it increased its revenues by 18% in the first quarter of 2014.

Company Added Brands Callaway, Novartis, And Pizza Hut in 1st Q »

Sales, Marketing Forecasts Up For Small Businesses

Small businesses had a strong 2013, with more than 60% reporting increased revenues over the previous year.

81% Expect Sales Growth To Continue In 2014 »

HanesBrands Reports Q1 Financials

Apparel maker HanesBrands (asi/59528) has reported its total first-quarter sales increased by 12% to a record $1.06 billion.

Saw Strong Gains In Activewear Segment »

Obituary: John Smucker, Bodek And Rhodes

John Smucker, an account manager with Top 40 supplier Bodek & Rhodes, died suddenly on May 4 at Lancaster General Hospital.

He Was 25 »

Counselor Commentary: Beware Of Low Prices

The market was delivered a warning sign of sorts last week when a mobile power charger sold in retail stores was recalled by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).

Sometimes, It Really Is Too Good To Be True »

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