• Nike Introduces Next-Step Virtual Reality
    Technology lets shoppers pick a hologram that matches their size and body type and try on apparel.
  • PepsiCo Pours It On For Bodegas, LGBTQ+ Elders, Panera
    Pepsi is recognizing New York City bodega owners as "unsung heroes" by providing select establishments with financial assistance.
  • The Eyes Have It: New Revlon CMO On Mask-Friendly Trends
    Martine Williamson says consumers are experimenting with "bolder eye looks, since that's the only part of your face that's seen."
  • Survey Paints Bleak Picture For Restaurants Awaiting Federal Aid
    Seventy-nine percent of restaurants reported reduced sales in October.
  • FTC Wants P&G To Back Off Buying Women's Razor Brand Billie
    The complaint alleges the proposed acquisition would "eliminate growing competition that benefits consumers."
  • Chick-fil-A, Target File Lawsuits Alleging Poultry Price-Fixing
    The U.S. Department of Justice alleged that poultry price fixing and bid rigging by chicken suppliers to suppress competition occurred between 2012 and early 2019.
  • Countering A Stigma, Ajinomoto Wants People To 'KNOW MSG'
    According to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, adding MSG to foods is generally recognized as safe.
  • As Topshop Falls, H&M Intensifies Battle For Greener Gen Z
    Ads for its just-unveiled H&M Conscious Exclusive A/W20 collection give new meaning to the treasures-from-trash approach.
  • With Sephora Deal, Kohl's Looks For New Relevance
    The move follows last month's announcement that rival Ulta is setting up housekeeping with Target, illustrating just how much retailers need brand partnerships.
  • Uber-Postmates Deal Creates 3-Horse Delivery Race
    Meanwhile, DoorDash is hoping to raise about $2.8 billion in an initial public stock offering that will help to fuel its expansion beyond food to an array of merchandise.
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