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Ugly Christmas sweaters are awesome, but you shouldn’t buy them from The Salvation Army. Chris Mast explains why in this awesome product video from PartySuppliesDelivered.com
Michael Harvey’s opening session Oct. 9 at Fashion Digital NY was an eye-opener. Harvey, the COO of CorraTech, warned attendees that 3D printing will change everything we’re doing in the world of commerce.
Did you miss it? Then you didn’t get to hear what Kate Spade New York CEO Craig Leavitt had to say about the company’s Kate Spade Saturday launch, Rebecca Minkoff co-founder and CEO Uri Minkoff’s views on customer-centric marketing or Clarins vice president of digital and ecommerce Han Wen’s take on user generated content.
The Men’s Wearhouse’s Board of Directors voted Oct. 9 to reject an unsolicited, non-binding proposal from Jos. A. Bank to acquire Men’s Wearhouse for $48 per share in cash.
Amazon has released a new service that streamlines how customers transact with online merchants. Login and Pay with Amazon allows participating merchants to empower customers to go from check out using their existing Amazon account information.
Kittens make everything better. Kitten memes make everything WAY better. So I created 6 cute kitten memes that will make you go follow us on Twitter. It’s not like you needed cute kitten memes to follow us, but they were fun to make. And here they are.
Fifth & Pacific Companies said on Oct. 7 that it agreed to sell the intellectual property of the Juicy Couture brand to Authentic Brands Group for $195 million cash.
Miles Kimball Co. president Vicki Updike announced Oct. 8 the company is changing its name to Silver Star Brands in a move to describe more accurately the merchant and the brand portfolio it offers. Here’s what Silver Star Brands president Vicki Updike has to say about the rebranding.
More Black Friday shoppers may stay home and shop for deals online this year, according to a survey of 500 U.S. consumers conducted in September by Accenture.
The National Retail Federation’s Shop.org division said it expects sales in November and December to grow between 13% to 15% over last holiday season to as much as $82.0 billion.