Items Tagged with 'Wolverine Worldwide'

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Wolverine Worldwide names SVP of global HR

October 14, 2014
The new senior vice president of global human resources at Wolverine Worldwide was previously a senior HR executive at a global automaker. Read More

Wolverine Worldwide names brand presidents

September 15, 2014
Wolverine Worldwide has named two new leaders of its Sperry Top-Sider and Keds brands. Read More

West Michigan-made jungle boot debuts at military trade show

Wolverine’s Bates division in Big Rapids is targeting other markets as DOD orders shrink.

August 22, 2014
Bates Footwear, a division of Wolverine Worldwide in Rockford, launched its new Recondo jungle boot last month at a major military products trade show near Washington, D.C. Read More

Wolverine Worldwide closes 140 stores in 'strategic realignment'

July 16, 2014
The Rockford-based footwear maker Wolverine Worldwide is planning to close 140 stores as part of a new “strategic realignment plan.” Read More

Wolverine Worldwide names group presidents

June 16, 2014
A new leadership team is in place at one of West Michigan’s largest manufacturers. Read More

Footwear brand parties on downtown bridge

May 14, 2014
A downtown bridge is hosting a private party this week for a global shoe brand. Read More

Wolverine lobbies for troops to wear US-made shoes

May 2, 2014
Rockford-based footwear giant Wolverine Worldwide is celebrating a federal policy change for soldiers — which it’s been advocating for several years. Read More

Wolverine Worldwide approves $200M share buyback

February 13, 2014
Rockford-based Wolverine Worldwide is planning to buy back up to $200 million of its shares. Read More

Wolverine Worldwide wins Company of the Year

February 12, 2014
If you’re wearing your Wolverine shoes today, you can strut down the street with pride. Read More

Wolverine steps up to help young builders

GRPS construction students partner with companies to learn trades.

January 31, 2014
Earlier this winter, Gideon Sanders watched as students loaded into buses wearing sweatshirts, baseball caps and sneakers. Read More