Monthly Archives: March 2015

Katherine Bahamonde Monasebian Named CMO at Tourneau

Tourneau has named Katherine Bahamonde Monasebian chief marketing officer. 

She was most recently the CMO and executive vice president of e-commerce at C. Wonder. She has also held executive roles at Juicy Couture and Lululemon Athletica and strategic planning and finance roles at PepsiCo, Nike, and Citigroup.

In her new position, she will “lead efforts to further develop the brand, evolve the digital and retail marketing strategy and e-commerce channel, and capitalize on new growth opportunities.” 

Tourneau has named Katherine Bahamonde Monasebian chief marketing officer.

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Richemont Confirms Net-A-Porter Sale Talks

Richemont is exploring a possible “business combination” between Italian luxury e-tailer Yoox Group and its upscale e-commerce site Net-A-Porter, it confirmed in a statement today.

Other reports had suggested Amazon might buy the site.

Richemont is exploring a possible “business combination” between Italian luxury e-tailer Yoox Group and its luxury e-commerce site Net-A-Porter.

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EGL Network Reaches Agreement With Former EGL International

The EGL network has reached a deal with the former CEO of EGL International, setting a dispute over who owns the Israel license.

Guy Benhamou, former CEO of EGL International and its parent company Eurogem, will step down from that position, according to one of the heirs of founder Guy Margel who wishes to be identified as Michael.

The EGL network has reached a deal with the former CEO of EGL International, setting a dispute over who owns the Israel license.

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Ring Proves Link Between Vikings and Islamic World

A ring found in a Viking-era woman’s grave has proved to be a rare link between ninth-century Scandinavians and the Islamic world. 

A ring found in a Viking-era woman’s grave has proved to be a rare link between ninth-century Scandanavians and the Islamic world.

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