Fashion Features

Back to School Virtually

Slippers, headphones and computers are the back-to-school supplies needed for the 2020 school year.

clock August 11, 2020Victor Vaughns Jr.

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Fashion Features

Back to School Virtually

Slippers, headphones and computers are the back-to-school supplies needed for the 2020 school year.

clock August 11, 2020Victor Vaughns Jr.

Apple senior vice president Phil Schiller leaves marketing role, transitions to Apple Fellow.


Apple Marketing May Look Different Soon

Say goodbye to Phil Schiller’s excited talk and longing glances at the iPhone, as the Apple head of marketing transitions to Apple Fellow.

clock August 4, 2020Adriana Lee

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Google’s Fitbit Acquisition Hits EU Roadblock

European regulators are not easing scrutiny of Big Tech. Facebook, Amazon and Apple are all facing their own EU investigations.

clock August 4, 2020Kali Hays

The atrium at Facebook's Seattle office.


How Big Tech Surged in the Coronavirus Era

The earnings are in, proving that COVID-19-weary consumers’ digital appetites have grown. So, too, could fears about big tech’s influence.

clock July 31, 2020Adriana Lee

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Digital Divide: Big Tech Still Winning in Economic Crisis

GDP fell at an annual rate of 32.9 percent, but some of tech’s biggest names are holding their own.

clock July 30, 2020Evan Clark

(Clockwise from upper left) Amazon ceo Jeff Bezos, Facebook ceo Jeff Zuckerberg, Apple ceo Tim Cook, Alphabet ceo Sundar Pichai.


What Will Congress Do Next About Big Tech?

The House grilled ceos from Alphabet, Amazon, Apple and Facebook for more than five hours. But the biggest question still lingers.

clock July 30, 2020Adriana Lee

Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg, Tim Cook and Sundar Pichai appear before the House Judiciary Committee.


Tech Talk on Capitol Hill

Leaders from Amazon, Google, Facebook and Apple gave their defense against unfair competition in Washington on Wednesday.

clock July 29, 2020Adriana Lee

The Googleplex, once a campus humming with tech talent (pictured), is practically a ghost town and will remain so, with remote-work policy now extended to July 2021.

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Culture Shock: Google WFH Policy Cements New Normal 

Why Google’s extended work-from-home policy shocked the Internet: It acknowledged that the COVID-19 way of life isn’t going anywhere.

clock July 28, 2020Adriana Lee

This photo shows the New York Times building in New York. On Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015, The New York Times Co. said Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim is now the largest holder of its publicly traded shares. The business magnate, who built his fortune by amassing a range of retail, industrial and telecom companies, is ranked by Forbes as the world's second-richest person with an estimated net worth of $72 billionNew York Times Carlos Slim, New York, USA


The New York Times Quits Apple News

The publisher ended its partnership with Apple News, effective June 29.

clock June 29, 2020Kathryn Hopkins

Apple chief executive officer Tim Cook.


Why Apple’s Changes to iPhone, iPad, Watch and Mac Software Matter

App Clips’ new mobile commerce potential, Watch complications grow — it’s a good thing! — and much more.

clock June 23, 2020Adriana Lee

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Fashion Scoops

American Eagle Outfitters Donating $1 Million and 1 Million Masks to COVID-19 Relief Efforts

The retailer is also helping raise funds by way of a virtual concert series and social media campaigns as stores remain closed.

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Store Closures in North America Begin as Coronavirus Spreads

The list now includes Urban Outfitters, Patagonia, Everlane, Abercrombie, Glossier, Nike, Allbirds and Apple. Others have announced limited store hours.

clock March 14, 2020Kellie Ell

Astronaut Peggy Whitson speaking at Hermès University.

Fashion Features

Bridget Foley’s Diary: Hermès Gets Innovative

Hermès announced its Year of Innovation in the Making, with symposium of brainiac speakers on Governors Island.

clock February 17, 2020Bridget Foley

The glass cube of Apple's reimagined Fifth Avenue flagship. The tech giant's investment gave a boost to Fifth Avenue. 


Tech Excelled, But Wall Street Still Freaked Out

Despite tech giants like Apple, Amazon and Microsoft nailing impressive results, the stock market heaved and the Dow cratered. Here’s why.

clock January 31, 2020Adriana Lee

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