Billabong CEO Neil Fiske on the strategy behind selling the heritage longboard brand, plus the details behind its new owners.
The Utah-based company has received a second acquisition offer, following their merger agreement with Incipio LLC Almost immediately following the announcement that Skullcandy and Incipio LLC ha entered into a merger agreement, it has been reported that the company has received another offer for acquisition, this time by Mill Road Capital. Skullcandy had previously announced that it
Incipio has pushed to acquire Skullcandy, hoping to strengthen its accessory offerings Highlights of the Merger: Unites leading brands (Incipio, Skullcandy, Incase, Astro Gaming, Braven Audio, and Tavik) to specialize in serving consumers across technology driven lifestyles. Creates new licensing opportunities with future and current licensing partners including kate spade new york, Jack Spade, Burton,
The historic Alta Ski Area’s long-standing ban on snowboarding has been upheld once again June 23, 2016- Fox 13 in Salt Lake City has reported that a federal lawsuit challenging the snowboarding ban in Alta Ski Area has been rejected, continuing the long-standing ban. In a one-page order, the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals