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Hyper-Growing Fashion Brand Herschel Supply Has Turned Away 500 Investors
This year, its founders expect to sell 6 million units -- up from 8,000 in 2011.
Warehouse Serving Amazon, Lowe's and Sears Gets Slapped With U.S. Labor Complaint
California Cartage is accused of violating workers' rights to organize and threatening workers with dismissal.
How Mobile Tech and Social Media Are Merging to Change the Shopping Experience
The near ubiquity of smartphones and the irresistible lure of social media are upending how retail is done, all over the world.
Why It's Time for Retailers to Embrace Online Returns
Make sure you see a good return policy as a critical step, not an afterthought.
Palantir Buys Fancy That, an Indication that Brick-And-Mortar Shopping Is Increasingly a Digital Game
The acquisition is a bit of a departure from Palantir's focus on issues like national security and defense strategy but also a harbinger of how data analysis is changing the game for retailers.
Grab a Tissue: Apple's Latest Holiday Ad Is Another Tear Jerker.
Prepare thine eyes. Apple wants you to feel all the feels, hmmm, probably all the way to the checkout.
How a 10-Minute Spot on QVC Turned This Woman Into a $100 Million Cosmetics Mogul
With a unique ability to weave visual backstories and touch untold masses, QVC can serve as a transformative vehicle for entrepreneurs.