• Food Fixations: Digital Hits Its Limit
    It's been astonishing to see how quickly the world has galloped toward online groceries, creating supply and personnel challenges.
  • D2C Brands Brace For Hard-Knocks Lessons
    The party of big investor cash raises and soaring valuations is facing its own kind of quarantine.
  • Founder's Spotlight: Honeypot CEO 'Grateful' For Hate Mail Pushback
    Target's national TV spot on Honeypot first generated hateful responses -- but then company fans and new supporters took charge.
  • With Rage Against Robinhood, Fintech Loses Some Cool
    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.
  • Misfits' D2C Ambition To End Food Waste
    With its weird potatoes and misshapen parsnips from organic growers, "we're building a modern brand that's about both convenience and sustainability."
  • Founder Spotlight: MINDD Bras Support Large-Breasted Women
    "What Lululemon did for yoga pants, MINDD will do for bras," says Helena Kaylin.
  • Stitch Fix Adds Direct Buying; No Rush For New CMO
    The new program, Shop Your Looks, lets customers browse and buy clothing outside their regular "fix" of five items.
  • Harry's In Limbo: What A Failed Merger Means For D2C Brands
    It may be difficult to build a D2C brand that consumers love, but it's even harder to make money doing it.
  • Will Nordstrom Add Anything New With Its Used-Clothes Model?
    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.
  • Secondhand Saturation: D2C's Circular Advantage
    Resale isn't a trend anymore. It's the way young consumers insist on shopping.
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