More retailers are getting in on same-day delivery this holiday season. The economics of the business finally make sense, experts tell BuzzFeed News.
Socks are “making a move from commodity to fashion piece,” says market research group NPD Group. The foot garments now represent a $5.6 billion industry.
The new interim CEO specializes in corporate turnarounds, acquisitions, and restructuring, perhaps foreshadowing something to come.
The hiring was reported earlier by The Wall Street Journal.
The people buying vinyl grew up with Spotify, Pandora, and Napster.
Can combining algorithms, stylists, and mail create a DIY–personal shopper hybrid for the masses? Stitch Fix’s entire business depends on it.
BuzzFeed News asks sponsors if they would sever ties with the league over concerns about the way it handles domestic abuse and punishes players accused of violent acts.
The company disclosed today that 56 million cards were affected in the cyberattack it began investigating on Sept. 2.
Loyal CoverGirl users say they are not happy that the brand continues to sponsor the NFL despite the public outcry against its handling of domestic violence cases.
Indra Nooyi, PepsiCo’s CEO and chairwoman issued a statement today addressing the NFL’s “mishandling” of “the repugnant behavior of a few players.”
The Kent State sweatshirt that appeared bloodstained is the latest in a string of offenses for a chain struggling to regain its cool.
The failed ’90s beverage will be sold exclusively through Amazon. Coca-Cola cited a Facebook group called “The Surge Movement” as one reason it’s reintroducing Surge. Update: Surge is available again after the first batch sold out.
Welcome to the war on the wallet.
A long-broiling lawsuit between Snapchat, its CEO and CTO, and ousted co-founder Reggie Brown, has been settled. The company dropped the news during Apple’s launch event today.
The retail giant confirmed Monday that customers who used cards at U.S. and Canadian stores in the past six months may be affected by a massive breach.
The shocking lawsuit, which sparked a national conversation around the treatment of women in tech, has been dropped. The cost to Tinder isn’t public. Update: Justin Mateen, who was at the center of the suit, is no longer with the company.
Citigroup sees a $10 billion market in four years. Dumb watches keep selling too.
Patagonia CEO Rose Marcario spoke with BuzzFeed about why she left private equity, how business can do well by doing good, and the future of consumption.
Wet Seal quietly disclosed in a filing Tuesday that its CEO left on Aug. 26 and was replaced by the same CEO it had in 2011, the latest in an odd cycle that has claimed many of the retailer’s employees and millions of dollars.
The hack, first reported by Krebs on Security, may be a result of European and American sanctions against Russia, and could rank bigger than Target’s. Updated to include comment from consumer who was likely targeted.