+++ Goldwin, which has the rights for Canterbury of New Zealand for Japan, will absorb its operations into the main company from Apr. 1, hoping for synergies in product development, store development and marketing


Legal & Institutional:

+++ According to The New York Post, iFIT Health & Fitness is facing a dangerous $300 million lawsuit from a lender, Pamplona Capital Management, over a deal for the acquisition of a manufacturing partner in China that would give it a stake in the company



+++ Alison Loehnis, president of luxury and fashion at Yoox Net-a-Porter, is joining the board of directors of Lululemon

+++ Technogym has become the official training equipment supplier for the PGA of America

+++ Wilson Sporting Goods has signed up Sophia Schubert, an LPGA rookie golfer, to its U.S. golf advisory staff

+++ Canterbury, which is owned by Pentland Brands, is returning to the game of cricket in the U.K. with a partnership with Durham Cricket, building on the brand’s long success with New Zealand Cricket