A New Year’s Resolution Report conducted by fashion resale marketplace Thredup has found that one in four women is planning to quit fast fashion in 2019, a movement led predominantly by younger consumers.
British and European officials are discussing the possibility of extending Britain’s formal notice to withdraw from the European Union amid fears a Brexit deal will not be approved by March 29, according to sources.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to decide whether a federal law that blocks trademarks for brand names bearing profane words violates free speech rights in a case involving a clothing brand called “FUCT.”
China has the “good faith” to work with the U.S. to resolve trade frictions, the Foreign Ministry said on Monday as officials of the world’s two largest economies resumed talks in a bid to end their trade dispute.
A large number of trading updates are due this week, but online retailers can’t judge the success (or otherwise) of their Christmas season just yet as one in four gifts bought online will be returned by UK consumers.
Turkey's competition authority said on Monday it had launched an investigation into whether internet search engine Google broke competition law with algorithms it uses for searches and to target advertisements.
The shopping surge everyone had hoped for in the final week of the pre-Christmas shopping season didn’t quite happen, but in the very last week of the month, massive discounts finally loosened consumer purse strings.
A new survey by Condé Nast's Brides found over half of those polled bought their dress at a bridal salon, while the percentage of brides who purchased their looks at a ready-to-wear or specialty store doubled from 2017.
Google moved 19.9 billion euros through a Dutch shell company to Bermuda in 2017, as part of an arrangement that allows it to reduce its foreign tax bill, according to documents filed at the Dutch Chamber of Commerce.