Unilever, P&G and other major consumer goods manufacturers are touting lower-priced brands and discounts to woo penny-pinching shoppers struggling through the most severe global recession since the Great Depression.
The WhatsApp messaging app will start to offer in-app purchases and hosting services, as owner Facebook Inc moves to boost revenue from the app while knitting together e-commerce infrastructure across the company.
Facebook's Instagram has agreed measures to crack down on hidden advertising by paid so-called influencers on its photo and video platform, Britain's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said on Friday.
The European Union should press ahead with plans for a bloc-wide digital tax in case global talks at the OECD to rewrite international tax rules fail, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Wednesday.
The initiative will certify brands across cosmetics, skincare, hair, bath and body categories based on five pillars: clean ingredients, cruelty-free, vegan brands, positive impact and sustainable packaging.
In the role, Adrian Mitchell will be responsible for leading all finance functions including accounting, treasury, investor relations, internal audit, financial/capital planning and analysis, and procurement.
All profits made from the sale of each 2020 campaign t-shirt and tote will be donated to the United Nations World Food Programme, and used to provide school meals to children in food-insecure regions of the world.
The 'Black History, Black Present and Black Future' campaign will include livestreams focused on Black culture and posts shared through the #myroots hashtag designed to celebrate TikTok's Black community.
Released in partnership with Boston Consulting Group (BCG), the study assesses the carbon footprint of a typical NYFW, and provides a playbook of guidelines and strategies for improving the event's environmental impact.
Negotiators from nearly 140 countries will ask Washington this week to reaffirm political support for global rules to tax digital giants after the coronavirus and looming U.S. elections stalled the process.
A U.S. House of Representatives panel looking into abuses of market power by big technology companies found they used "killer acquisitions" to smite rivals and forced small firms into "oppressive" contracts.