Here's How To Report Scammy Ads On Facebook
The social network has taken a small step toward getting rid of the shady advertisers targeting its users.
8 Big Decisions That Will Be Made By Whoever Wins The Election
Whoever wins in November will have to make some big calls. Register to vote!
Nike Drops Lawsuit Against Star U.S. Runner As Olympic Trials Approach
#FreeBoris becomes #FreedBoris
"Kim Kardashian: Hollywood" Is Hard To Copy Because There's Nobody Like Kim Kardashian
"It is possible that there is something unique about the Kardashian and Jenner family and the nature of their celebrity," the studio behind the hit game warned investors.
Here's How Much Nike And New Balance Pay Olympic Medal Winners
A gold medal gets you $150,000, according to details that emerged as part of a dispute between Nike and up-and-coming runner Boris Berian.
Lululemon Founder Slams Company, Now That He's Allowed To
"Lululemon has lost its way," Chip Wilson said today, as his two-year agreement to keep quiet expired.
How Drybar Plans To Blow Away The Competition
Six years after opening its first salon, the chain is on track to do $100 million in sales this year. Here's how it got there.
J.Crew Says The Golden Days Are Back, But Customers Aren't Buying It
"We design clothes to last a decade, not a season," the retailer says. Shoppers still aren't convinced.
Uniqlo Says It's "Struggling" In The U.S.
The company's founder says Uniqlo plans to rebuild in the U.S, which is its "most important" market.
Farewell, Victoria's Secret Catalog
It has been an icon of the lingerie industry for decades, but when Victoria's Secret recently experimented with not printing the catalog, sales stayed just the same.
Shop Jeen's Website Has Been Down For Days
The company says it's "experiencing operational challenges" but its site should return "shortly."
Here's What Anthropologie's Giant New Stores Look Like
The company shared a video of its new format of Anthropologie stores with investors on Wednesday.
Shady Chinese Clothing Sites Get A Boost From U.S. Customs
While American retailers must pay taxes on everything they import, a new government policy makes it even easier for Chinese counterfeiters to sell their goods tax and duty free.
Expedia Users Can Now Pay For Hotels Via Monthly Installments
The payment plans will be offered by Affirm, an online lender that has raised more than $400 million in funding.
Why Are Shoppers Ditching Macy's? Executives "Scratching Our Heads"
There's a simple reason why sales are slumping at major U.S. retailers, but the companies are reluctant to talk about it.
Aéropostale Owes $500,000 To YouTube Star Bethany Mota
The 20-year-old social media celebrity showed up as No. 6 on a list of people and companies owed money by the bankrupt teen retailer.
Aeropostale May File For Bankruptcy This Week
The teen retailer has been gasping for air in the past few years.
Victoria's Secret Is Now Pushing Un-Padded Bras
The lingerie brand is well known for promoting push-up bras. But the trend towards bralettes has it singing a different tune.