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New York Exhibit Explores Wearable Tech's Past

Muzse, the multiworkshop initiative founded by Milk Studios in collaboration with Intel Corp. earlier this year, is organizing the exhibit.

Bebe Stores Confirms Card Breach

The Brisbane, Calif.-based specialty-store retailer said consumer data was taken from U.S. stores between Nov. 8 and 26.


Farfetch Takes Steps to Double Sales

Sales this year for Farfetch's retailer network are expected to hit $325 million, double that of last year.

Sephora Discriminated Against Asian Customers, Lawsuit Claims

The proposed class action was filed Tuesday in federal court in Manhattan by four U.S. women of Chinese descent.

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Intel, Opening Ceremony Talk MICA

The bracelet is untethered, it does not need a phone to connect — it uses an AT&T SIM card.

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The Business of Blogging

It's a leap not every writer with an opinion and a laptop can make, but when a blog turns into big business, the payoff can be huge.

Body Labs Secures $2.2M in Seed Funding

The tech startup is looking to expand its platform to customize fit in the design and manufacture of apparel.

New B2B Marketplace Launches

This week, 2,650 retailers in 543 cities across 93 countries will each receive their password for a new online wholesale buying platform.

Borderfree Making Push Into China

The platform that helps retailers and brands conduct international commerce is collaborating with Alipay ePass in a pilot program.

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Tom Doctoroff Releases New Book, 'Twitter Is Not a Strategy'

Despite the title, Twitter isn’t a major subject of the book, due for release on Tuesday.

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Haim Dabah Gets Technical With HDS Capital

The pioneer in apparel manufacturing and brand building and his son Mac have formed HDS Capital to invest in tech startups.

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