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Seeking nominations for the power players shaping a more ethical and sustainable fashion and beauty industries


Direct-to-consumer companies are sticking with Facebook


The US may be facing a meat shortage in grocery stores, but you can still buy meat directly from small farmers and restaurant suppliers



How the coronavirus pandemic is impacting buzzy startups, from Rent the Runway to Peloton


How the pandemic is impacting the advertising business as live sports and events are cancelled and spending habits shift


Beyond event cancellations, the coronavirus' impact on advertising starts to sink in



Inside Tecovas, the 'Warby Parker of cowboy boots' that just raised $15 million as its $300 boots continue to take the multibillion-dollar boot industry by its horns


Walmart's ad execs to know, hot DTC companies, iHeartMedia breaks hearts


Direct-to-consumer brands came into their own in 2019. Here are the trends that marked their evolution from challengers into viable businesses.


I shopped at Forum, a 'smart' store that tracks customers' every move, and I'm convinced the technology it uses will transform retail


Luggage startup Away warns employees not to interact with criticism of the company's workplace culture after the CEO's public apology


From Casper to Glossier, these 12 new brands transformed the world of retail in the last decade



Consolidation rocks WPP, Amazon's next advertising star, and the story behind Taboola and Outbrain's tie-up


GroupM shakeup, WPP embraces in-housing, Axios' big hire


Jitters in digital media, ad tech's saviour, and the Army's plan to win Gen Z


I've used buzzy contacts subscription startup Hubble for almost 3 years, but never thought twice about it until I learned why some doctors hate the brand so much



Teeth-straightening startup SmileDirectClub just tumbled in its stock market debut


The Information's business ambitions, Oatly's unlikely rise, YouTube's double-edged sword


Nanigans hangs a for-sale sign, Viacom joins CBS, Facebook preps its news tab


Nike is launching a shoe-subscription program for kids in a move to capitalise on an estimated $10 billion market