The move, another part of the retailer’s efforts to win back American teens, illustrates how dramatically Abercrombie has changed in the past decade.
The retailer’s numbers were verified by an external consultancy. The disclosure comes on the heels of a broader trend of reporting diversity numbers in Silicon Valley.
“Let your actions speak louder than your clothes,” the clothing chain urges customers. BuzzFeed gets a first look at Gap’s fall campaign.
Monster’s shares are soaring in after-hours trading. Like a jolt of caffeine.
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, the conglomerate that owns Geico, Dairy Queen, and Oriental Trading Co., saw its class A shares rise past $200,000 each today.
Hukkster, the discount-tracking app backed by Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, was dying but managed to find a savior in Marc Lore’s Jet.com. A tussle over a small sum of money led to the deal — and Hukkster — getting killed.
That would be almost 8.5 million pairs of $100 yoga pants.
The company, which is merging with Alliance Boots, will not move its headquarters overseas for billions in tax savings. President Obama called such maneuvers, known as “corporate inversions,” unpatriotic.
Robert Hanson started as CEO of John Hardy on Aug. 1.
The brand modified its “I Will” motto for women to “I Will What I Want.” Under Armour has hired at least four women to VP roles and higher since 2012, though none serve on its board or executive team yet.
Brian Cornell’s background is in stark contrast to his “homegrown” predecessor.
“Have you ever heard of workers fighting for a CEO in the history of time?” “Well, um, no.”
The retailer is trying hard to convince teenagers it’s a brand for their generation.
The online retailer of affordable fashion jewelry has now raised a total of $15.6 million.
The transaction is valued at $8.5 billion.
The brand, which reported soaring sales today, is about to commence its biggest yet ad campaign for the women’s side of its business.
The social network reports that 70% of its global employees are male.
Lululemon now has 31 design patents and is taking action against rivals who infringe on its styles.
Customers can rent three expensive accessories such as handbags and jewelry at a time and swap them in whenever they’re ready.
The classifieds section of the Bloomberg terminal, which costs more than $20,000 a year, is called POSH. Aptly named.