It’s a tight labor market out there – so in a quest to attract workers, Walmart is trying out something new – allowing workers on the stores’ floors to wear jeans and solid shirts in any color. The new policy…
Automation touches many consumer products — the cars we drive, the sneakers we put on and now the jeans we wear. Levi Strauss & Co. is planning to swap out garment workers for laser machines that could create the worn…
Jean sales dropped 4.5 percent in 2014 and 3.4 percent in 2015 but are on the upswing this year, thanks, in part, to stretchier fabrics.
Your blue jeans and the price you paid for them has a lot to do with the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Peter Kim is the founder and CEO of Hudson Jeans, a high-end denim company based in LA. He talks about how he made his company and what this new administration might mean for his business.