Meanwhile, James' brand sponsors "are staying mum amid [the] firestorm," writes Tamar Lapin for the "New York Post."
Authentic is also in negotiations with Barneys' landlord to keep open its stores in Beverly Hills and its Madison Avenue flagship.
Ken Fisher "stunned the crowd by comparing the process of gaining a client's trust to 'trying to get into a girl's pants,'" says a report.
Passengers documented a nonviolent "mutiny" and out-of-order toilets during a two-week European cruise that missed ports due to bad weather.
Tritton's first task? "To improve the in-store and online shopping experiences for customers as well as widen the company's merchandise assortment."
Trade groups, ramping up marketing to underscore the difference between their products and rivals', also aim to police the labeling of plant-based meat and milk alternatives.
Company destroyed the assault rifles it had in inventory "to keep them out of private hands" after the Parkland, Florida, massacre in February, 2018.
Single-malt Scotch whisky maker unveils "what may either be a creative bid to win millennial drinkers or just a ridiculous publicity stunt," according to "MarketWatch."
The company, which sold printers at a discount and then made money on ink cartridges, will still offer discounted printers -- but lock customers into buying ink from HP.
"Tesla has been ramping up production as it attempts to transition from a niche electric-car maker to a mass producer," notes one report.