The company disclosed today that 56 million cards were affected in the cyberattack it began investigating on Sept. 2.
Fact*: dog business accounts for 76% of the world’s revenue. *Not a fact but SHOULD be.
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.
The company has “substantial doubt about our ability to continue as a going concern.”
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.
Citigroup sees a $10 billion market in four years. Dumb watches keep selling too.
Move will allow users to make purchases from tweets within a couple of clicks.
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.
Guys, let’s manage expectations on the bleeding edge, yeah?
The beleaguered carrier is to cut around a third of its workforce as part of a restructure.
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 company continues to roll out several business-focused products as it ramps up its advertising business.
“Let your actions speak louder than your clothes,” the clothing chain urges customers. BuzzFeed gets a first look at Gap’s fall campaign.
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.
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.
Hague court of arbitration rules against Russian government in landmark Yukos case.
The social network reports that 70% of its global employees are male.
Customers can rent three expensive accessories such as handbags and jewelry at a time and swap them in whenever they’re ready.
You would call these people back, every time.
The retailer’s board will mostly be replaced as Standard General lends up to $25 million to the company. There’s a still a chance Charney could return as CEO.
Ellen Degeneres is launching “E.D.” later this year and it’s going to be big.