Prada SpA fell to the lowest level in more than three years after the luxury retailer reported first-quarter profit that trailed analysts’ estimates as it struggled to reverse slumping sales to Chinese shoppers.
Emma Eisner, a 12-year-old with short hair dyed green in parts, has roped off an area around an art project she’s building from cardboard. “Go away, child,” reads a handwritten sign to ward off classmates.
Well-known companies including Facebook Inc. are increasingly bringing trademark-infringement claims in their efforts to block startups and others from using similar names, some trademark lawyers and law professors say.
George Rawlings grabs a stack of computer printouts and stretches them six feet across his office, admiring data from police reports of Florida auto accidents: the names of those hurt and the severity of their injuries.