It's been astonishing to see how quickly the world has galloped toward online groceries, creating supply and personnel challenges.
The party of big investor cash raises and soaring valuations is facing its own kind of quarantine.
Target's national TV spot on Honeypot first generated hateful responses -- but then company fans and new supporters took charge.
Stock trading start-up Robinhood had a meltdown due to market volatility. The two-day shutdown meant its 10 million customers couldn't trade at all.
With its weird potatoes and misshapen parsnips from organic growers, "we're building a modern brand that's about both convenience and sustainability."
"What Lululemon did for yoga pants, MINDD will do for bras," says Helena Kaylin.
The new program, Shop Your Looks, lets customers browse and buy clothing outside their regular "fix" of five items.
It may be difficult to build a D2C brand that consumers love, but it's even harder to make money doing it.
Nordstrom's introduction of See You Tomorrow may have some built-in style advantages -- maybe even enough to ease some of re-commerce's biggest problems.
Resale isn't a trend anymore. It's the way young consumers insist on shopping.