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The stigmas surrounding re-wearing clothes -- especially among business people with capsule wardrobes -- are significantly lessening, maker Procter & Gamble said.
These are the qualities of appearance make people instantly look like leaders.
A roundup of the 10 most interesting new technologies that make us scratch our heads and say, 'What the heck?'
The tech giant tried to do something similar for men but it just didn't work out.
Just Between Friends clothing store franchise grows from filling needs for family and friends.
When launching a business, the last thing on your mind is probably your wardrobe. But it shouldn't be. Here, the founders of Hukkster divvy out their start-up fashion advice.
Inspired by her franchise-owning parents, Chelsea Sloan started Uptown Cheapskate with her brother Scott while she was still in college.
Shoptiques brings cutting-edge creations from brick-and-mortar boutiques online.
Forget hoodies and jeans, these eight women prove that you can be a business leader in Silicon Valley and still be stylish.
The British billionaire calls for banishing the tie as the corporate uniform.
A new strategy for an online hand-me-downs company targeting moms helps raise an infusion of cash from venture backers.
Business casual is a relic from the 1980s. So how should an entrepreneur dress today? Our Esquire Guy says unless you're Mark Zuckerberg, leave the hoodie at home.
Forget recycling. Reusing materials discarded in the manufacturing process is a growing force behind a fresh new industry.
Blank Label founders Fan Bi and Danny Wong have made more than $350,000 in their first year.
Giantnerd's Randall Weidberg gets a style makeover and goes from geek-in-chief to head hottie.
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