WWRD

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WWRDWhat Would Rick Do?
WWRDWhat Would Rocky Do?
WWRDWhat Would Reba Do?
WWRDWhat Would Roy Do
WWRDWhat Would the Republicans Do? (politics)
WWRDWhat Would Reagan Do?
WWRDWhat Would Rorschach Do? (Internet slang)
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Rebuilding the WWRD brands by shedding unnecessary SKUs, taking a hard look at the manufacturing process, and presenting the brands in a more lifestyle setting and in adjacent categories helped reposition them for success.
( NASDAQ OMX Helsink : FIS1V) has agreed to acquire the WWRD group of companies and its portfolio of luxury home and lifestyle brands, Fiskars said.
KPS Capital Partners LP said through an affiliate, it has signed a definitive agreement to sell its portfolio company WWRD Holdings Limited to Fiskars Corporation (NASDAQ OMX: Fis1V) for USD437 million in cash.
At the ribbon-cutting ceremony yesterday, WWRD chief executive Pierre de Villemejane said the firm was extremely proud of the venture.
INVESTMENT Pierre de Villemejane, left, and Anthony Jones from WWRD Holdings announce plans for a new Waterford Crystal factory.
While at first blush WWRD and Heritage Home seem to have little in common, they both possess great heritage brands that lost their relevance.
Under the deal, Fiskars will buy 100% of the shares in the holding company of the WWRD group, including its brands and business operations from the US-based private equity firm KPS Capital Partners.
But that company collapsed in January 2009 and while some parts of the firm were taken over by private equity firm KPS Capital Partners, the vast majority of employees of the new operation - WWRD Holdings - are abroad.
Brooklyn, NY, June 10, 2010 --(PR.com)-- The JAR Group, an online marketing agency based in Brooklyn, NY, has announced the UK division of luxury tabletop and giftware company Waterford, Wedgwood, and Royal Doulton (WWRD) as its newest client.
WWRD, the parent company of the Waterford, Wedgwood and Royal Doulton brands, has been on a mission to remain relevant to today's lifestyle-oriented consumers, and Wedgwood's new Nature's Canvas collection reflects that commitment.
WWRD, the company which bought over the glassmaker after its collapse last year, said it would invest "several million" towards the site but most of the cash will come from Waterford City Council.