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Nike sues Lululemon over Mirror Home Gym

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The vulnerability, known as Log4j, comes from a popular open source product that helps software developers track changes...

Alibaba fires employee who accused former co-worker of sexual assault

A termination letter said the employee spread false information about being assaulted which "caused strong social concer...

Nestle trims L’Oreal stake with $10 billion sale

L'Oréal stock ended Tuesday up 3.96 percent at 424.8 euros while Nestle gained 0.1 percent to 121.9 Swiss francs.

Apple warns of weak demand for iPhone 13 lineup

Apple Inc has told its parts suppliers demand for the iPhone 13 lineup has slowed, Bloomberg News reported on Wednesday,...

Alibaba takes in US$84.54 billion in orders in toned-down Singles Day

The results come as overall consumption in China slows, and cap a relatively muted version of a sales festival that Alib...

Facebook plans to remove thousands of sensitive ad-targeting options

The company makes the vast majority of its revenue through digital advertising.

PayPal preparing US$45 billion bid for Pinterest

PayPal has offered $70 per share, mostly in stock, for Pinterest, one of the sources said.

Amazon, Ikea commit to using zero-carbon shipping fuels by 2040

With about 90% of world trade transported by sea, global shipping accounts for nearly 3% of the world's CO2 emissions.

Hugo Boss raises 2021 outlook after strong third quarter

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Not so fast! Supply bottlenecks strain fashion chains

Supply bottlenecks, slower product deliveries and higher freight and labour costs risk shifting the fast fashion industr...

Pinterest launches new ad features to drive shopping

The feature will make it easier for advertisers to have video ads, which can be time-consuming to produce.

Colosseum kits and plastic flowers help Lego’s earnings double

Toymaker Lego doubled its earnings in the first six months of the year as customers flocked to its reopened stores to bu...

Luxury group Kering to ditch fur completely

The decision comes four years after its star label Gucci announced it would forego fur.

Asos ties exec pay to new environmental goals

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Miniso to double US stores, add NY ‘flagship’ as mall rents fall

Miniso's US presence will still be dwarfed by giant low-price retailers like Dollar Tree, as well as its own home Chines...

Amazon CEO unveils 55,000 tech jobs in first hiring push under his watch

That’s equal to more than a third of Google’s headcount as of June 30, and close to all of Facebook’s.

Retailers agree to extend Bangladeshi garment workers’ safety pact

The original agreement, known as the Bangladesh Accord, was due to expire on Aug 31.

Square to buy Afterpay for $39 billion as buy now, pay later booms

Afterpay has been the bellwether of the niche online payments sector which burst into the mainstream last year.

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