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This Company Wants Its Customers to Know Exactly How Much It Is Making From Them
Luxury clothing maker and e-retailer Everlane is building its brand on serious transparency.
How Warby Parker Used the Element of Surprise to Win Over Customers
Warby Parker Co-CEO and founder Neil Blumenthal explains how inspiration can come from the most unlikely sources.
At Whole Foods, Employees Can Look Up Other Employees' Salaries
Whole Foods has had a long-standing tradition of keeping compensation details open. Here's why.
Google, Microsoft, Other Tech Giants Detail Government Data Requests Under New Relaxed Rules
The companies won the right to publish the data after suing the federal government for the right to be transparent.
Just Gone Public? Here's How to Keep Investors Happy
While many people celebrate going public, this new milestone can be challenging on many fronts. Here, we discuss how to keep investors engaged and your board satisfied.
How 'V-Commerce' Could Be the Next Big Trend for Startups
There's e-commerce, m-commerce and even t-commerce, but the next wave of tech-driven shopping may be driven by something different.
Spotify Musicians Can Now Sell Merchandise on Their Artist Pages
Hoping to improve its artist relations, Spotify is letting musicians sell merchandise through their profile pages without taking a commission.
The Ethics Coach on Cash Deals, Transparency and More
Our ethics coach takes your questions about under-the-table payments, planned obsolescence and price transparency.
Dallas Police Chief Announces Firings on Twitter. Good Policy?
Every time police chief David Brown terminates an employee, he takes to Twitter and Facebook to share whom he fired and why.