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Companies like Toms have become popular because they assuage the guilt of many in the wealthy world who buy their products, while doing little to address the root causes of poverty, argues Grant van Sant.
Lululemon Athletica Inc. founder Chip Wilson will sell half his stake in the yogawear company to private equity firm Advent International for about $845 million.
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Amazon.com Inc. is giving special privileges to companies that sell their wares directly through its online store, according to a new study.
Prada SpA, the Milan-based luxury handbag maker, posted the slowest half-yearly sales growth in three years as demand weakens in some Asian countries and in Europe amid economic and political uncertainties.
Set to present his third CG by Chris Gelinas collection at New York Fashion Week, the Canadian-born, New York-based designer speaks to BoF on how he’s balancing early critical success with the challenges of running a fashion start-up.
Italian designer label Tod’s is edging away from its comfortable driving shoes, ballerina flats and platform sandals in an attempt to diversify its business and revive flagging sales.
Yuki Iwashiro, a creative director at agency Baron & Baron, says don’t chase a paycheck. Instead, learn from the people and companies that you admire the most.
There is a real opportunity to rebuild local manufacturing in a commercially viable and scalable way, argues Janice Wang.