UK e-tail giant Boohoo has become the first big name retailer to ban wool in its products as the fibre that was once the mainstay of the English economy comes under increasing attack by animal rights and eco groups.
A key supplier of talc used in Johnson & Johnson's baby powder filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Wednesday in the wake of multibillion-dollar lawsuits alleging its products caused ovarian cancer and mesothelioma.
New research into U.S. consumer behaviors, specifically those of Gen Zers and millennials, found these groups love shopping online, crave luxury, and want online features that mimic real-life shopping experiences.
Google, Amazon and other tech firms will have to tell companies how they rank their own or rival products on their platforms under new rules agreed by EU negotiators aimed at stopping unfair practices.
U.S. and Indian government officials pressed on with talks on Thursday to resolve their differences over trade and investment, even though U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross called off his visit because of bad weather.
The Trump administration’s top two negotiators in trade talks with China will meet on Friday with Chinese President Xi Jinping, but there has been no decision to extend a March 1 U.S. deadline for a deal.
EU judges dealt a possible blow to an EU crackdown against tax avoidance by global multinationals on Thursday by annulling an order by the EU executive against a Belgian tax-break scheme for about 35 large companies.
The fashion industry generates tons of fabric waste each year, notably in New York -- one of the world's shopping capitals and host twice a year to runway shows, a major contributor to the wider problem.
The chief executives of Apple, Walmart, IBM Corp and other major companies are joining a Trump administration advisory board that hopes to prepare the U.S. the workforce shift brought by artificial intelligence.