Trump banned TikTok and WeChat, and now the latter’s fate could complicate things for American companies looking to the Chinese market.
The veteran beauty and fashion merchant will drive the specialty retailer’s merchandising, marketing, product development and private brands strategy.
Industry experts say that with this season’s consistent uncertainty, the new normal may just be “no normal.”
Beauty services are launching six months earlier than planned, given increased customer demand.
The bankrupt retailer’s unsecured creditors argue that its enterprise value is $2.9 billion rather than the $1.8 billion company estimate.
Podcasts also look to be a bright spot in a digital ad market hit hard by economic effects of the coronavirus.
Molly Baz, Gaby Melian, Priya Krishna, Rick Martinez and Sohla El-Waylly are all stepping back.
Placer.ai analyzed foot traffic during the holiday period to see if Black Friday could pick up lost sales from Thanksgiving closures.
Jill Standish discusses how retailers can become “future-ready.”
TikTok is already looking at legal action, saying it’s “shocked” by Trump’s move and that it happened without “due process.”
Outland Denim’s Sustainability Report aims to communicate the brand’s impacts to its customers.
As travel retail dries up completely in Hong Kong, taking up a stake in Shenzhen Duty Free is a big move to safeguard DFS’s future.
But the sector’s payrolls are still down dramatically over the pandemic.
In May, Johann Rupert said he wanted to compensate shareholders after slashing last year’s dividend, and thank them for sticking with the company through COVID-19, and beyond.
The ads, featuring a mosaic of portraits, were inspired by a photographic series from the Seventies by Italian artist Marcella Campagnano.
The resale site is building back up after the coronavirus slowdown, but is still losing money and has investors wanting more.
Priya Krishna, Rick Martinez and Sohla El-Waylly announced they would be stepping back from the Test Kitchen.
Luxury items purchased from Suning.com, the second largest retailer in China, will come with certificates to prove their authenticity.
The “brandtech” firm has acquired U.S. influencer marketing company Collectively, which it will merge with TheAmplify.
Report by the DTC Collective and Bluecore reveals insights into uncertainty in consumer behavior, retaining new shoppers and excess inventory.
Expectations are surprisingly high for back-to-school spending, according to ICSC.
The Wrangler, Lee and Rock & Republic parent company lost $33 million in the most recent quarter thanks to the global shutdown.
Amid poor performance due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the company announced a new three-year strategy.
At a press conference for second-quarter results, Adidas executives tackled many of the controversies dogging the company, including allegations of corporate racism, selling Reebok and speculation about a multibillion-euro bond.
British brands of all sizes are suffering from shrinking sales, desolate shop floors and a lack of international tourists. Restructuring is proving painful, but they’re pressing ahead.