Today, BoF can exclusively report that Dazed & Confused, one of fashion’s most respected youth-focused magazines, will reduce the frequency of its print publication to 6 times per year as it continues to expand its audience online.
HONG KONG, China — Goldman Sachs has agreed to provide a $120 million pre-IPO loan to Shanghai-based warehouse developer e-Shang, co-founded by U.S. private equity firm Warburg Pincus, e-Shang said on Thursday. Warburg has also raised its total investment to $200 million in the company it helped establish in 2011 with two local entrepreneurs.
TOKYO, Japan — Japan surpassed the U.S. as the top-grossing market for apps in October as use of smartphones surged and wireless carriers started billing customers directly for downloads from Google Inc.’s online store.
SAN FRANCISCO, United States — EBay Inc. Chief Executive Officer John Donahoe called the delivery of products by drones — a project that rival Amazon.com Inc. is working on — a fantasy.
SEATTLE, United States — Amazon.com Inc. Chief Executive Jeff Bezos said the world’s largest e-commerce company is testing drones to deliver goods, as it works to improve efficiency and speed in getting products to consumers.
Exponential technologies, from artificial intelligence to digital manufacturing to synthetic biology, are set to “digitise, dematerialise, demonetise and democratise” entire industries, disrupting old business models and giving rise to new breakthroughs, say experts from the Silicon Valley-based Singularity University.
i-D and Dazed, two of fashion’s most respected youth-focused media companies, are adopting new digital-age approaches to content, platform and monetisation.
BoF can exclusively reveal that shopable content startup 72Lux, which works with enterprise-level publishers like Condé Nast and Time Inc, is opening its platform to bloggers and startups.
Finnish upstart The Left Shoe Company is bringing new 3D scanning technology to the old school business of made-to-measure shoes. BoF investigates.