Coach Responds To Falling Profits By Offering Pricier Handbags

Coach Responds To Falling Profits By Offering Pricier Handbags

There’s a limited number of women who are interested in spending between $200 and $400 for a purse, and that market is becoming more crowded. What’s a company like Coach to do in the face of falling sales and falling profits? Sell more expensive bags targeted at more affluent customers, of course. [More]

If A Lucky Brand Product Is Defective, You're Pretty Much On Your Own

If A Lucky Brand Product Is Defective, You're Pretty Much On Your Own

Lisa writes that she purchased a neat Lucky Brand patchwork bag from Macy’s just about a year ago, and the bag has fallen apart long before its time. The list price is just above $150, so one would expect it to hold up for more than a few months. While the manufacturer admits that the self-destructing purse isn’t up to their usual standards, they offer no warranty or repair service to customers. [More]