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What It Takes to Launch a Successful Online Clothing Brand in 2020
If you have the right drive, know-how and positioning, you can start a business that will do well for years to come.
How Retail Companies Are Adapting to Improve Profitability
While many continue to struggle, impressively, a select few are still seeing improved revenues.
Microsoft Is Permanently Closing Its Retail Stores
The stores in London, NYC, Sydney and on the Redmond campus will be converted into Experience Centers.
GNC Is Closing 248 Stores After Filing for Bankruptcy. Here's the Full List.
Stores are closing in 42 states, as well as in Puerto Rico and Canada.
Ben & Jerry's Joins Facebook and Instagram Boycott, Pushes for Transgender Rights
The socially conscious ice-cream brand will stop running ads on the social platforms as part of #StopHateForProfit and speaks out in favor of Equality Act.
Aunt Jemima's Logo Has Changed 6 Times, and Its History Is Rooted in Racial Stereotypes and Slavery
Check out how the brand started and evolved over 130 years.
5 Effective Strategies to Grow Your Retail Business
Retail businesses have been impacted by this year's economic disruptions, but opportunities still exist for businesses to optimize, survive and thrive. Here are five strategies you can adopt today.
How Brick-and-Mortar Stores Can Move Online in a Hurry
Shifting to digital has become instantly mandatory to adapt and survive.
4 Reliable Tips for Quickly Moving Inventory Online
Fortunately, there are a number of ways for brick-and-mortar stores to simplify this difficult process.
J. Crew Files for Bankruptcy, the First Major Retailer Pushed Over the Brink
The company said it had reached an agreement with its lenders to convert about $1.65 billion of its debt into equity. As of February, it had nearly $1.7 billion in debt.
How Zoosk's Co-Founders, Shayan Zadeh and Alex Mehr, Are Using Data and AI to Power Online Retail During Unprecedented Times of Uncertainty
Lessons learned from starting a company during the 2008 recession, which eventually sold for over $300 million.