Reggaeton star El Potro enters the stage. Tonight, the singer who married two Miss Venezuelas won’t perform his number-one hit “Bla Bla Bla.” He stands beside President Nicolas Maduro and asks for votes to further the late Hugo Chavez’s revolution as the local mayor.
U.S. stocks fell, with the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index dropping the most in a month, as data showed weaker-than-forecast growth in service industries and concern grew that the political impasse could lead to a recession.
Calvin Klein, the largest brand owned by Phillips-Van Heusen Corp., expects sales in China to increase as much as 30 percent annually over the next three years, making the nation its biggest Asian market.
Australia will become the first country to require cigarettes to be sold in uniform packages after its top court rejected a challenge from tobacco companies, setting a precedent for other nations to follow.
PVH Corp., the owner of the Tommy Hilfiger brand, agreed to buy Warnaco Group Inc. in a $2.9 billion transaction, bringing all Calvin Klein-branded apparel under one roof in the largest clothing-industry deal announced in 2012.