Iconix On Lookout For Bigger Acquisitions

October 2014
WWD: Women's Wear Daily;10/29/2014, Vol. 208 Issue 89, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports that brand management company Iconix Brand Group Inc. is looking to acquire new companies. Topics include comments from Iconix Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Neil Cole, statistics on the company's income, earnings, and revenues, and mention of the success of their global brands such as Umbro, Lee Cooper, and Peanuts.


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