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Week in Tech: 10/05/2013

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TWITTER UNVEILS VITAL STATS FOR IPO: Twitter Inc. is officially under the Wall Street microscope, the registration statement for the company’s initial public offering made public Thursday revealing that revenues jumped nearly threefold in 2012 to $316.9 million.
FASHION GPS RAISES SERIES A: Fashion GPS said it raised $4 million in Series A funding Oct. 2, and founder and chief executive officer Eddie Mullon told WWD he plans to open offices in Milan and Hong Kong.
FAB LAYS OFF OVER 100 EMPLOYEES: chief executive officer Jason Goldberg confirmed in a blog post Oct. 3 that the company laid off 101 of its more than 500 employees.
MR PORTER GETS INTO GROOMING: Mr Porter, operated by Compagnie Financière Richemont SA’s Net-a-porter, is looking to build out the lifestyle component of the site, this week unveiling a section dedicated to grooming.
Digital guru Oliver Walsh is looking to raise Aritzia’s profile as the Canadian chain’s first chief marketing officer, and bolstering e-commerce growth and raising brand awareness in the U.S. are among his top initiatives. 
ADOBE DATA HACKED: Adobe revealed Oct. 3 that one of its servers had been hacked, and data for nearly 3 million customers has been accessed.
EL PALACIO DE HIERRO’S ONLINE BLITZ: El Palacio de Hierro is gearing up for a significant e-commerce launch in a few weeks’ time, intent on becoming the aspirational destination online for luxury brands in Mexico.
HERMÈS OPENS SILK BAR POP-UP IN NEW YORK: Hermès opened a Silk Bar pop-up shop at the Time Warner Center in Columbus Circle Tuesday with an omnichannel tie-in, coinciding with the launch of the brand’s first app, Silk Knots.
Instagram will soon feature advertising, and the Facebook-owned company said in a blog post Oct. 3 that over the next several months, users in the United States will see an “occasional ad” in their feeds.
HAUTELOOK FOUNDER TO STEP DOWN AS CEO: HauteLook founder Adam Bernhard is stepping down as chief executive officer, and the site will now be run by president Terry Boyle, who joined the flash-sale site as chief operating officer and chief financial officer in 2008.

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