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CEO Tim Cook, kicking off Apple's spring 2021 iPad and iMac announcement.
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An Apple Event for These Pandemic Times

CEO Tim Cook and company unveil updates to the iMac, Apple TV 4K and iPad Pro, plus an all-new Air Tag to find lost items.

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2021 Oscars Best Picture Nominees: How to Watch, What to Know
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How to Watch the 2021 Oscars Best Picture Nominees

A guide on how to stream or rent the eight films nominated before Sunday’s awards show.

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Retail M&A Expected to Heat Up Through the Pandemic

The early shock of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic had briefly stalled dealmaking, but investors are eyeing fashion retail assets in 2021.

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The new Under Armour headquarters.
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Under Armour to Reduce Size of Global Headquarters by 40 Percent

The decision comes as a result of a new hybrid work model instituted as a result of the pandemic.

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James Charles’ YouTube Channel Demonetized Following Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Morphe has also cut ties with the beauty influencer after he was accused by several underage fans of inappropriate behavior.

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El Palacio Launches Ad Campaign Celebrating Fashion ‘Renewal’

The marketing campaign is aimed at boosting sales, which fell 26 percent last year due to the pandemic.

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Amazon Salon Marks Web Giant’s Beauty Exploration

The e-commerce company is expanding its reach and looking to bolster its professional beauty business with a high-tech experience.

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Chiara Aurelia Goes Back in Time

The actress stars opposite Olivia Holt as Jeanette Turner on the ’90s-era Freeform series.

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Bob Eddy Becomes CEO of BJ’s Wholesale Club

Eddy joined the company in 2007 and was named interim CEO earlier this month following the passing of Lee Delaney.

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Nicholas Kirkwood is launching a footwear recycling program.
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Nicholas Kirkwood Tears Apart His Beya Loafers to Save the Planet

The London-based luxury footwear designer is inviting customers to return their old shoes, which will be dismantled, composted, recycled and upcycled.

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Jean-Paul Agon on Inventing a New L’Oréal

The executive outlined key changes at the company under his leadership during the group’s annual general meeting, where Nicolas Hieronimus was voted in as a director of L’Oréal’s board.

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Polartec Continues to Lead the Charge on Sustainability

Now owned by Milliken, the creator of synthetic fleece continues to innovate to stay at the forefront of fabric development.

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Will Ferrell as Lars Erickssong, Rachel McAdams as Sigrit Ericksdottir in "Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga."
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Listen to All of the Oscar Nominees for Best Original Song

Get familiar with the five nominees ahead of Sunday’s ceremony, which will feature performances of each song.

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Athleta Entering Canada With Stores and E-commerce

Along with entering Canada, Athleta is exploring opportunities in franchising and wholesaling to further growth.

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Ernesto Esposito’s Furniture and Art Collection at Sotheby’s Paris Tops Estimates

The auction of footwear designer Ernesto Esposito’s design furniture and art pieces from the ’50s to the ’80s at Sotheby’s Paris tops estimates.

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2021 Media Moves: Insider Staffers Form Union and More

** FILE ** This May 2, 2007 file photo shows an exterior view of the Axel Springer publishing house in Berlin. German newspaper and magazine publisher Axel Springer AG said Thursday, May 29, 2008 that its first-quarter net profit jumped more than tenfold on the sale of a stake in broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)

A roundup of who’s been hired, fired or maybe just jumped ship in media land over the past few weeks.

April 19, 2021Kathryn Hopkins

The Magazines People Have Actually Been Reading During the Pandemic

Vogue's december cover with British artist Harry Styles photographed by Tyler Mitchell on local newsstand in New York, NY on November 24, 2020. Harry Styles has become the first solo male cover star of Vogue in the magazine's 128-year history. Photo by Charles Guerin/Abaca/Sipa USA(Sipa via AP Images)

Home decor, bookazines and food are among the categories that have performed well in print and online.

April 12, 2021Kathryn Hopkins

Netflix Sets Post-Labor Day Return to Office Life

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CEO Reed Hastings has previously expressed his distaste for work from home culture created by the pandemic.

April 9, 2021Kali Hays

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