E-commerce isn’t just digital media’s buzzword du jour, it’s replacing ‘pivot to video’ as the thing publishers are most obsessed with. But how to make it work?
After absorbing losses of millions of dollars a year in price war with Wal-Mart, Amazon is offloading costs onto suppliers to offset rising shipping costs.
This week, e-commerce company JD.com is accused of selling counterfeit products, while Zara launches an augmented reality app to lure millennials.
The financing — led by Bank of America Merrill Lynch and JP Morgan — will increase its euro borrowings and add bonds to its all-loan capital structure, banking sources said.
The key to getting to the next level is adaptability, says Akin Akman, former tennis player-turned-fitness influencer.
The retailer wants to build more personalised relationships with its customers through concierge-style services, doubling down on everything it says Amazon can’t do.
Wal-Mart, Target Corp and Macy’s sent a letter urging Donald Trump not to impose $60 billion in tariffs on Chinese goods ranging from electronics to apparel.
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The transformative photographer discusses the power of technology and the future of the fashion show, the fate of print magazines and fashion’s culture of abuse and bullying.
The French luxury-goods group has responded to reports that it used a Swiss-based scheme to evade taxes on earnings from brands like Gucci and Saint Laurent.